Amber London – Amber Infrastructure Group, the specialist international infrastructure investment manager (‘Amber’ or the ‘Group’), has appointed Matthew Dooley as an Investment Director.
Matthew has joined Amber’s investments team and will principally be focused on new infrastructure investment opportunities, with a particular specialism in digital infrastructure.
Matthew previously worked at Rubicon Capital Advisors for six years, where he worked on transactions covering the energy, infrastructure and utilities sectors. Most recently, Matthew, working within Rubicon’s merchant banking division, helped originate and close transactions in the core plus space across Europe, including in digital infrastructure.
Chris Hogg, Amber Infrastructure Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome Matthew to the team. His expertise and relationships across the sector will bring significant benefits to our business and the funds we manage.”
Matthew Dooley, Amber Infrastructure Group, said: “I’m very excited to join Amber’s well-established origination and investment management team, focusing on the high growth area of digital infrastructure. I look forward to working with Chris and other members of the Amber team and hope to help contribute to their continued success in the future.”
For further information:
Amber Infrastructure Limited
Erica Sibree/Amy Edwards
+44 (0) 7557 676 499 / +44 (0) 7827 238 355
Amber Infrastructure Group
Amber Infrastructure (‘Amber’) is a specialist international investment manager, focused on investment origination, asset management and fund management. With approximately €5 billion in funds under management, Amber invests across eight funds and a number of managed accounts. Amber’s core business focuses on sourcing, developing, advising, investing in and managing infrastructure assets across the public, transport, energy, digital and demographic infrastructure sectors that support the lives of people, homes and businesses internationally.
Amber is headquartered in London with offices in Europe, North America and Australia and employs over 150 infrastructure professionals.