Conor Kelly next week launches Rubicon Infrastructure Advisory, a financial advisory boutique targeting M&A activity in the infra arena operating out of Dublin – and soon New York as well.
Kelly was previously managing director and head of global infrastructure investments at Scotia Capital and prior to that managing director at Depfa Bank.
He takes on the role of managing director alongside fellow managing director Carmen Lopez who also held senior positions in Scotia and Depfa.
Rubicon is launching with a team of 7 with plans to grow to 11 by Christmas when the team will include another two MD’s and 2 directors or associate directors.
The 4 current associates are:
The Rubicon office goes live in Dublin as of Monday 26 September and Kelly plans to launch an office in New York in Q1 2012.
The piece was written by Angus Leslie Melville on September 22, 2011.
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