PARIS & LONDON & NEW YORK – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Regulatory news:
Antin Infrastructure Partners (Paris: ANTIN), one of the world’s leading infrastructure investment firms, announces the appointment of Patrice Schuetz as Group Chief Financial Officer and Partner, with immediate effect.
Patrice Schuetz joins Antin after 13 years in the Investment Banking division of Morgan Stanley. In his last position, he was Executive Director in the Financial Institutions Group responsible for European coverage of assets and wealth management and Swiss financial institutions. Previously, Mr. Schuetz held various positions in finance and accounting within the ABB Group in Zurich.
Mr. Schuetz graduated from the University of St. Gallen, where he obtained a Masters in Banking and Finance. He also holds a bachelor’s degree from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration and completed further education at Harvard Business School.
Alain Rauscher and Mark Crosbie, co-founders and managing partners of Antin, noted:
“We are delighted to welcome Patrice to the Antin team. His experience in finance and markets will be a major asset for Antin. The appointment of Patrice as Chief Financial Officer is an important step for Antin, which is entering a new chapter in its history as a listed company after having successfully completed its initial public offering on Euronext Paris.
About Antin Infrastructure Partners
Antin Infrastructure Partners is a leading independent private equity firm specializing in infrastructure investments. Based in Paris, London and New York, and majority owned by its partners, the firm employs more than 150 professionals. Antin targets majority stakes in infrastructure companies in the energy and environment, telecommunications, transport and social infrastructure sectors. Since its creation, Antin has € 19.9 billion in assets under management and has made investments in 28 companies. Antin is listed on compartment A of the regulated market of Euronext Paris (Ticker: ANTIN – ISIN: FR0014005AL0)