Latin America: Credit Suisse infra banker joins GIP

23 August 2018 - 12:00 am UTC

John Morton has left his role as director of transportation, logistics and infrastructure at Credit Suisseto join Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) in New York, Inframation understands. 

Morton will be a principal at GIP focusing on transportation infrastructure deals in the Americas region. 

A spokesperson for GIP declined to comment and a Credit Suisse spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment. 

Morton worked for Credit Suisse for 12 years, during which time the company closed advisor mandates in Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Canada and the US. 

Standout mandates for Credit Suisse in the period involve CPPIB’s 2012 purchase of a 49.99% stake in Atlantia’s Chilean road business Grupo Costanera for USD 1.1bn, Vinci Airports’ 2016 acquisition of Dominican airport concessionaire Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom) and Fortress Investment Group’s USD 2.1bn sale of the Florida East Coast Railway to Grupo México in 2017. 

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