QIC adds investment director to global private capital team

QIC has named Iñigo Garcia Gordobil as investment director for its global private capital team.

QIC has named Iñigo Garcia Gordobil as investment director for its global private capital team. Prior to joining QIC, Garcia Gordobil worked at Cambridge Associates where he was on the private investments research team.


Specialist alternatives manager QIC is pleased to announce the addition of Investment Director, Iñigo Garcia Gordobil, to its Global Private Capital team.

Iñigo will join Global Private Capital’s Investment Committee and will focus on the North American market, including co-investments, from QIC’s San Francisco office.

Prior to joining QIC, Iñigo was at Cambridge Associates on the Private Investments Research team, where, for the last 10 years, he specialised in sourcing and evaluating venture capital, growth equity, and private equity investments globally. Most recently, Iñigo was Co-Head of U.S. Venture Capital and Growth Equity Research, based in Cambridge Associates’ San Francisco office.

Iñigo holds a Bachelor of Arts, double Major in International Banking and International Management from Franklin University Switzerland.

Iñigo’s strong venture capital and private equity investment experience strengthens Global Private Capital’s San Francisco team, and QIC is delighted to have him on board.

About QIC:
QIC is a long-term specialist manager in alternatives offering infrastructure, real estate, private capital, liquid strategies and multi-asset investments. It is one of the largest institutional investment managers in Australia, with A$79bn (US$54bn) in funds under management(1). QIC has over 1000 employees and serves more than 110 clients. Headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, QIC also has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, New York, Los Angeles, Cleveland, San Francisco, London and Copenhagen. For more information, please visit: www.qic.com.
(1) As of June 30, 2020.

About QIC Global Private Capital:
QIC Global Private Capital has AU$6.8bn (US$4.2 bn) in AUM(1). Themes, access points and relationships are the basis of our approach. But beyond this, we use size to our advantage – we are big enough to matter, but small enough to be nimble and overlay any opportunity with judgement. We invest globally across multiple access points, including primary funds, secondaries and co-investments.