Arcus Infrastructure Partners hired Feriel Feghoul as senior investment director. Feghoul will join Arcus on July 27. Most recently, she worked as a director at Wren House Infrastructure with a focus on origination and asset management of transport assets across different regions.
Arcus Infrastructure Partners (“Arcus”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Feriel Feghoul to the role of Senior Investment Director.
Ms Feghoul will join Arcus on the 27th July following over a decade long career in infrastructure investing. Most recently, she was Director at Wren House Infrastructure with a focus on the origination and asset management of transport assets across different regions. Prior to Wren House, Ms Feghoul was an Investment Associate at PSP Investments, a global infrastructure investor, based in Montreal, Canada. While at PSP Investments, Ms Feghoul worked closely with the Arcus team on several AEIF1 investments – Forth Ports, Angel and Alpha Trains.
“We are pleased to welcome such a high calibre professional to the Arcus team. Having known and worked with Feriel for many years, we have no doubt that she will be a valuable addition to the Arcus team “ said Ian Harding, Co-Managing Partner at Arcus.
This new addition brings Arcus Investment team to 28 professionals, following the recent hires of four new investment professionals, strengthening Arcus diverse origination and asset management capabilities in Europe. Arcus is currently investing its most recent fund, AEIF2, which earlier in the year held its final closing at EUR 1.22bn.
Arcus Infrastructure Partners is an independent fund manager focused solely on long-term investments in European infrastructure. Arcus invests on behalf of institutional investors through discretionary funds and special co-investment vehicles and, through its subsidiaries, currently manages investments with an aggregate enterprise value in excess of EUR 19bn (as of 31 March 2020). The Arcus investment track record includes: Forth Ports, Horizon Energy Infrastructure, Alpha Trains, and several other leading European infrastructure businesses. Arcus targets mid-market, value-add infrastructure investments, with a particular focus on businesses in the transportation, energy and telecommunications sectors.