Scotiabank’s Americas infra head departs 

05 March 2019 - 12:00 am UTC

Michael Uhouse, managing director and head of US and Latin America Global Infrastructure Finance Group at Scotiabank has left the institution, Inframation understands.

The move comes on the back of an internal restructuring that mostly affected the broad US bank. Separately Antoine Reze, also a director in the group, has also left the firm.

Uhouse joined the bank in 2008, and was based in New York City. Sources did not tell Inframation what would be the banker’s next move, nor the details of the reshuffle.

For the US, Uhouse was involved in the financings of the SH 288 (TX), acquisition of Cleco Corporation, Impark, Total Terminals International,  Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing, I95 Express Lanes, Presidio Parkway, Capital Beltway and Pocahontas Parkway projects. 

Marc Chouchani will remain as the managing director for Latin America infrastrucutre, according to a Scotia spokesperson.

Scotia declined further comment on Uhouse’s departure. 

 

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