- Weydig is the former director of sustainability at the Port Authority of NY & NJ
- Sharp was a founder of Trafigura and is a senior advisor to Oliver Wyman
- Tiger targets the digital, energy transition and transportation sectors in North America and Europe
Tiger Infrastructure Partners has named Steve Holliday, Christine Weydig and Graham Sharp as operating partners.
Holliday is the former chief executive of National Grid plc and current chairman of Tiger portfolio company Zenobe Energy, which develops, owns and operates battery storage projects in the United Kingdom.
Weydig is the former director of sustainability at the Port Authority of NY & NJ and incoming executive director of the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility which seeks to advance equitable and sustainable transportation globally.
Sharp is formerly a founder of global energy trader Trafigura. He is also a senior advisor to Oliver Wyman focused on energy transition.
On these appointments, Tiger CEO Emil W. Henry, Jr., said in a statement: “Our human capital is crucial to our hands-on value creation strategy. Steve, Christine and Graham bring a depth of expertise and experience directly relevant to Tiger’s target markets. We look to our Operating Partners to provide us an edge in evaluating and managing investments and I have no doubt that Steve, Christine and Graham will serve well this critical purpose.”
Tiger Infrastructure Partners is a leading middle market investor focused on providing transformational growth capital to enable the infrastructure of tomorrow. Tiger targets the digital, energy transition and transportation sectors in North America and Europe.