Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has boosted its infrastructure division with the appointment of Erik Westermark as senior investment associate.
Westermark (pictured) will report directly to Silja Turville, head of LGIM Infrastructure, which forms part of the real assets division of LGIM. The appointment of Westermark brings the infrastructure team to six people.
Westermark has previous experience with Citi Global Markets and Lloyds Bank where he focused on infrastructure, energy and acquisition finance.
LGIM Infrastructure head Turville said that the addition of Westermark represents the growth of LGIM.
She added: "Now with a team of six supported by the wider LGIM network, we have the ability to structure the large and complex transactions across all key infrastructure sectors, coupled with the depth of experience to actively invest in the UK, Europe and the United States."
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