Apr 29th, 2020
LONDON; January 06, 2021 – Fair Market Value Capital Partners is pleased to announce that Yasin Alimam has joined the firm as an Investment Executive
Mr. Alimam brings with him several years of experience in infrastructure principal investing having most recently been an investor with Dalmore Capital where he was involved in a number of marquee investments including the take private of the John Laing Infrastructure Fund, as well as investments into Anglian Water, Thames Tideway Tunnel and the UK M25 motorway operating company.
"We are delighted to welcome Yasin to Fair Market Value Capital Partners as we continue to grow our investment team. With the addition of Yasin to the team, we are not only expanding our investment capabilities but also expanding our reach into Asian and Middle Eastern markets”, said Frederic Michel-Verdier, Founding Partner & CEO.
“Fair Market Value Capital Partners is taking a forward thinking approach to investing in infrastructure with the focus on delivering operational value creation across the investment lifecycle. I am extremely excited to join such an experienced and dedicated team that is offering a unique proposition for the sector” said Mr. Alimam.
Following the appointment of Mr. Alimam, the firm expects to make further additions to its team as it continues to grow in 2021.
Fair Market Value Capital Partners
Fair Market Value Capital Partners is involved in sourcing and arranging private equity investments in the energy and infrastructure sector. Founded by an experienced team with a proven track record in successful origination, execution and asset management of large scale and complex infrastructure equity investments, Fair Market Value Capital Partners is taking a novel approach to investing in the sector. Fair Market Value Capital Partners’ approach is to source and arrange sustainable investment opportunities in core infrastructure assets in selected core+ markets and core+ infrastructure assets in selected core markets, where access to strategic infrastructure assets by foreign capital is challenging and can only be unlocked through well-structured local partnerships.Get Copy