Greg Falzon joins AIP as Partner
AIP Management is pleased to announce that Greg Falzon has joined the AIP investment team as Partner.
Greg Falzon, Partner, has more than 20 years of experience of infrastructure, investment advisory and structuring, having spent the majority of his career at RBC Capital Markets as Managing Director in the infrastructure and energy team.
More recently, Greg was co-head of European Power, Utilities, and Infrastructure at BMO, where he was responsible for M&A advisory and structured financing solutions for infrastructure fund clients across Europe. Greg holds a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge.
Commenting on Greg’s appointment to AIP, Managing Partner Kasper Hansen says: “We are thrilled to see Greg join AIP as a Partner in the investment team. Greg brings a wealth of experience and a great international network. We know Greg very well, having worked together and successfully completed multiple deals over the past four years and we are confident that he will be an invaluable addition, joining the leadership of our strong and growing team of investment professionals.”
Adding to this, Greg Falzon says: “Having very much enjoyed working with the AIP team from the outside, I am delighted to come on board and look forward to helping to grow and develop the business.”
Elliot Wehner, Senior Investment Manager, joins AIP together with Greg from BMO Capital Markets, where he has spent 8 years working with M&A and financial advisory in New York and London – the past 3 years in the Power, Utilities & Infrastructure Investment Banking team. Elliot holds a BA in Economics and History from The Johns Hopkins University.
About AIP Management
AIP Management (“AIP”) is a Danish investment management company dedicated to investments into energy and infrastructure assets in Europe and the US. AIP manages more than EUR 4 billion, primarily in assets that contribute to the green transition, including six European offshore wind farms, three onshore wind farms in Sweden and the US, as well as in four large solar power plants in California and Texas. AIP has in 2020 launched a new fund, AIP Infrastructure II K/S with a target commitment of EUR 3-4 billion, and the ambition for the coming years is to invest up to EUR 1 billion annually. For more information, please visit www.aipmanagement.dk.