Joining Vauban as Vice President, Christoph Stagl has more than 8 years of experience. Prior to joining Vauban, Christoph was Senior Investment Manager at MEAG, the proprietary asset manager of Munich Re Group, having gained equity investment experience in mobility, energy and digital infrastructure projects. Within his previous role at MEAG Christoph worked closely with Vauban as a member of the supervisory board at Indigo Group. Indigo is the global parking and mobility provider in which Vauban successfully invested in 2018. Christoph has also gained strong infrastructure expertise at Macquarie in London, where he was responsible for infrastructure debt investments across all sub-sectors, and at the Royal Bank of Scotland in Frankfurt and London, with a focus on German coverage and capital markets. Christoph holds Bachelor and master’s degrees in economics from Vienna University of Economics and Business and the London School of Economics. At Vauban Christoph will be actively pursuing origination and asset management of the investment opportunities notably in the CEE region.
Marcin Petrykowski joins Vauban as a Senior Advisor dedicated to the CEE region and bringing more than 20 years of expertise, a majority of which has been in senior management roles, leading and managing strategic development and operational activity in international financial services and banking sectors. Marcin’s previous roles include Managing Director and Non-Executive Board roles, overseeing corporate growth and delivering strategic transformations for commercial businesses operating across Europe, especially Poland and CEE. Marcin previously worked as Managing director at S&P Global – transforming the EMEA commercial organization to a new operating model and leading S&P’s entry into Poland and CEE. Marcin also held the role of Regional Head, Markets & Investor Services and Deputy General Manager at J.P. Morgan. Marcin graduated from Kozminski University in Poland and Lund University in Sweden. Marcin’s partnership with Vauban will further help to Vauban develop its expertise of the region.
Gwenola Chambon, CEO of Vauban Infrastructure Partners, comments: “We are thrilled to have Christoph and Marcin join the team. They have a long and highly successful track record in Central and Eastern European markets and bring a unique skillset to Vauban. We are excited to leverage their expertise and extensive relationships in support of our strategic growth plans and enhance our position as a leading European core infrastructure investor.”
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Vauban Infrastructure Partners is a leading Infrastructure Asset Manager focused on the European core infrastructure investments. Based in Paris and having a subsidiary in Luxembourg, it employs 44 professionals working together since a decade. Vauban is the fully-fledged affiliate of Natixis Investment Managers, dedicated to infrastructure equity investments. Vauban targets predominantly European brownfield mid-market assets pursuing a long-term yield driven strategy matching the underlying nature of assets and long-term commitment to all stakeholders’ interest through a strong focus on creating sustainable value. Vauban has raised €5.1 billion across 5 funds in Core infrastructure from over 70 investors within 10 different countries; and has invested in over 50 assets in mobility, utilities, social & digital infrastructure across 8 different geographies. https://vauban-ip.com/.
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