16 June 2015
On the back of their April launch, 4 Corners Infrastructure today announced the appointment of Mark Jones to the team to build out their research capabilities.
Joining the team as a Senior Equity Analyst, Mark brings a well rounded and highly experienced skillset, with his most recent role being a buy-side equity analyst in the Australian Equities and Infrastructure teams at Goldman Sachs Asset Management. In this role, Mark was responsible for coverage of infrastructure, utilities and transport companies. He was also involved in the client relationship side of the business, making regular presentations to key institutional clients and asset consultants. Previously, Mark worked as a Quantitative Developer with UBS in Zurich.
Mark has an MBA from Melbourne Business School, a Masters of Technology from RMIT and a Bachelor of Science from Australian National University.
Michael Morrison, 4 Corners Infrastructure CEO, said he was delighted they had been able to attract such an experienced analyst in the early stages of the growth of their business. “We’re pleased we’ve been able to recruit someone of Mark’s calibre and experience,” said Michael. “Mark’s highly focused expertise in the infrastructure sector and broad buy-side experience makes him an ideal addition to our team as we approach the launch of our retail fund next quarter.”
4 Corners Infrastructure was launched earlier this year as a joint initiative between its founding team members Michael Morrison, Sarah Shaw and Greg Goodsell and Bennelong Funds Management (Bennelong). The business has a mandate to invest in listed infrastructure companies from around the world, will run a concentrated investment portfolio of 30-60 stocks and plans to launch the 4 Corners Global Infrastructure Fund early in the second half of 2015.
The team, which was initially called 4 Corners Infrastructure, adapted the new name, 4 Dimensions, in October feeling it better represented the breadth, depth and length of their scope.