Darryl is responsible for origination, structuring and execution of new infrastructure debt transactions. Transactions are sourced and assessed against the investment strategies of our clients and structured accordingly.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, he was a partner at KPMG in the Infrastructure Advisory practice. Darryl has over 22 years’ experience in infrastructure finance having also worked at Hambros, SG, Newcourt Capital, RBC and was head of European Project Finance at HSBC. He is widely recognised as one of the leading infrastructure financing experts in the UK and has structured, advised and arranged on a wide number of projects globally and has particular expertise in public private partnerships.
Darryl holds a BSc and PhD in Maths from the University of Exeter.
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