Canadian private-markets investor Northleaf Capital Partners has hired Simon Bibeau as an associate with the firm’s infrastructure team. Bibeau, formerly an investment banking analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co, will focus on market research, transaction due diligence, execution and asset management. He will operate from Northleaf’s Toronto office. In January, Northleaf closed its second OECD-focused infrastructure fund at its $950 million hard-cap target.
Simon Bibeau joins Northleaf Capital Partners as Associate, Infrastructure
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.
Prior to joining Northleaf, Simon was an Investment Banking Analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in New York in the Global Natural Resources Group, where he worked on a number of M&A and financing transactions in the power, utilities, renewables and infrastructure sectors. Simon received a Bachelor of Commerce (with Distinction) from McGill University.
About Northleaf Capital Partners
Northleaf Capital Partners is an independent global private markets fund manager with more than US$9 billion in private equity, infrastructure and private credit commitments under management on behalf of public, corporate and multi-employer pension plans, university endowments, financial institutions and family offices.
Northleaf’s 85-person team, located in Toronto, London, Chicago, and Menlo Park, is focused exclusively on sourcing, evaluating and managing private markets investments globally. Northleaf currently manages six global private equity funds, a specialist global private equity secondary fund, two direct OECD-focused infrastructure funds, a global private credit fund and a series of customized investment mandates tailored to meet the specific needs of institutional investors and family offices. For more information on Northleaf, please visit www.northleafcapital.com.
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