At InfraRed he will be leading the team managing one of the largest social and transportation infrastructure portfolios globally with over 160 existing assets with a combined equity value of US$5bn, which include the UK Home Office, the Singapore Sports Hub and the A63 motorway in France. Stewart takes over from Gareth Craig who is retiring after retiring after 26 years of service with the company.?
Stewart has developed his career in infrastructure whilst also managing to pursue his passion for triathlon, where he was been a successful competitor and multiple ironman. Stewart left school at the age of 16 to join the police force, where he also took up legal studies at Lancashire Polytechnic. He then moved on to attend Cardiff University, graduating with a BSc in Economics, following which he gained qualification as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse.
Werner von Guionneau, Chief Executive, InfraRed Capital Partners, said:
“At InfraRed we have always been at the forefront of developing, commissioning and managing operational infrastructure projects to very high standards. Stewart’s experience and drive will add strength and depth to our senior team as we continue to grow our portfolios of infrastructure investments.”