Northleaf Capital Partners (“Northleaf”), Canada’s largest independent global private markets fund manager and advisor, has strengthened its infrastructure investment team with the hiring of Jamie Storrow as Director and head of Northleaf’s infrastructure investment advisory and direct co-investment program. Prior to joining Northleaf, Mr. Storrow was a Senior Vice President at the Macquarie Group where he worked on acquisitions, divestitures, asset management, capital raising and consortium building in the infrastructure sector across North America and Europe.
“Infrastructure has been a growing and successful part of our business in recent years, and we are delighted to have recruited an infrastructure investment professional of Jamie’s experience and reputation” said Stuart Waugh, Managing Partner of Northleaf. “His successful track record of deal sourcing, investment execution, consortium building and asset management make him uniquely suited to add value to our infrastructure co-investment program. He brings a wealth of domain expertise, a global industry network and the patient, ownership mindset required of successful private markets investors.”
Northleaf’s infrastructure investment advisory and co-investment program is part of the firm’s integrated private markets investment business. Northleaf currently manages over $3.6 billion of private markets commitments on behalf of corporate and public pension plans, endowments, foundations, government agencies, financial institutions and family offices through five global private equity funds and a series of customized investment programs.
About Northleaf Capital Partners
Northleaf Capital Partners (Northleaf) is Canada’s largest independent global private markets fund manager and advisor. Northleaf became a management-owned firm in 2009 following the successful spin-out of TD Capital Private Equity Investors, the private equity fund, secondary and co-investment business of TD Bank Financial Group. The firm continues to manage TD Bank’s global private equity fund investments and also invests on behalf of leading institutional investors, including the CPP Investment Board. Northleaf’s 50-person team operates from offices in Toronto, Canada, London, UK and Menlo Park, USA. Northleaf’s global investment program has produced top-quartile returns since its inception in 1969 and currently includes more than 200 active private markets fund investments and direct co-investments in eleven countries. For more information on Northleaf, please visit www.northleafcapital.com.