In The News
Northleaf Capital Partners is pleased to announce that James Fung has joined our firm as Chief Technology Officer, based in our Toronto office. In this role, James will lead Northleaf’s business technology strategy, focused on developing the short and long-term IT strategy for the firm, identifying and assessing business needs, and leading the recommendation and implementation of technology solutions to support Northleaf’s global private markets investment strategy and better serve our investors.
Northleaf Capital Partners is pleased to announce that Matt Murphy has joined our firm as Legal Counsel, based in our Toronto office. In this role, Matt participates in all aspects of Northleaf’s private markets investment activities, working closely with individual deal teams and external legal counsel to review, structure and complete investments. Matt is also involved in the legal and structuring elements of Northleaf’s investor relations, business development and fund formation activities, as well as compliance and corporate matters.
Northleaf Capital Partners is pleased to announce that Simon Bibeau has joined our firm as Associate, Infrastructure, based in our Toronto office. In this role, Simon will participate in all aspects of Northleaf’s infrastructure investment activities, with a primary focus on market research, transaction due diligence, execution and asset management.
Northleaf Capital Partners announced today that it has reached financial close on its acquisition of a 33.3% equity interest in Northwest Parkway, a toll road located in Denver, Colorado.
Northleaf Capital Partners is pleased to announce that Christopher Wang has joined our firm as Senior Associate, Private Credit, based in our Chicago office. In this role, Christopher will participate in all aspects of Northleaf’s private credit investment activities, with a focus on the origination, evaluation and monitoring of private credit investments in North America.
TORONTO (January 24, 2017) – Northleaf Capital Partners (Northleaf) announced today that it has held the final closing for its second OECD-focused pooled infrastructure fund, Northleaf Infrastructure Capital Partners II (NICP II), at its $950 million hard cap. Northleaf’s $2.5 billion infrastructure program is focused on direct, long-term investments in OECD countries, providing investors with stable, consistent cash flow from assets that deliver essential services.