Campbell Lutyens has appointed a former employee as its head of North American real assets.
Guillermo Marroquin, who was a principal at the advisory firm and placement agent between 2010 and 2013, will be responsible for key relationships and origination activities across infrastructure and real assets in North America, according to a statement.
He came from Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets, where he spent four years and was the managing director responsible for investor relations, product development and fund marketing strategy in infrastructure, agriculture, energy and real estate.
Marroquin previously held fixed income and distressed debt roles at BNY Capital Markets, JPMorgan and Lehman Brothers.
“The depth of Guillermo’s experience in the infrastructure and energy sectors and his extensive relationships will be critical as we further develop Campbell Lutyens’ offering and footprint in North America,” said chief executive Andrew Sealey in the statement.
In August Campbell Lutyens advised on a deal in which Strategic Partners acquired stakes in a pool of five infrastructure funds, in what was understood to be the first tender offer process on a listed infrastructure fund’s portfolio.
In July it also advised on a deal which involved Dutch pension fund APG Asset Management acquire a portfolio of 48 European public-private partnerships, public finance initiatives and renewable energy assets from infrastructure fund manager DIF, in a deal valued at €700 million.
Campbell Lutyens opened its New York office in 2006 and has a team of more than 30 professionals there.