Simon is responsible for the research and coverage of North American gas and electricity and European transport. He has 12 years of investment industry experience. Simon joined a predecessor organization in 2014 as a portfolio analyst supporting the Infrastructure strategies. In 2021, Simon was named as a portfolio manager on the ClearBridge Global Value Infrastructure strategy(RARE Infrastructure Limited). Prior to this, Simon was an Investment Analyst at Orion Asset Management, where he was responsible for investment research, analysis and valuation of ASX-listed equities. Simon joined a predecessor organization in 2014. Prior to this, Simon was an Investment Analyst at Orion Asset Management, where he was responsible for investment research, analysis and valuation of ASX-listed equities. Simon earned a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws from the University of New South Wales.
Nick co-manages all Global Infrastructure Strategies. He has 27 years of investment industry experience. Nick co-founded predecessor firm RARE Infrastructure in 2006. Previously, Nick served as Principal of AMP Capital’s Infrastructure Funds Management team, where he was also the CFO of DUET, an ASX-listed investment trust with AUD 5 billion in electricity and gas assets. He was also an Associate Director, Investment Banking, at UBS and Manager, Mergers and Acquisitions, at BZW/ABN AMRO. Nick earned a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Auckland.
Charles co-manages all Global Infrastructure Strategies. He has 25 years of investment industry experience. Charles joined a predecessor organization in 2010. Previously, he was Director and Senior Analyst, Global Infrastructure Securities, at AMP Capital as well as Director, Infrastructure Securities at Hastings Fund Management. He was also Head of Listed Infrastructure at Challenger Financial Services Group, a Portfolio Manager at AMP Capital Investors and an Analyst and Strategist at HSBC Australia. Charles earned a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Western Sydney.