IFM Investors has appointed Jaime Salazar as infrastructure investment analyst to the firm’s London office.
Salazar joins IFM Investors from the investment banking division of UBS, where he worked for nearly three years, first as an off-cycle analyst based in Madrid, and later as an analyst for the firm’s infrastructure group based in London.
Prior to that, Salazar worked as an analyst at Deutsche Bank responsible for the off-cycle analysis of the Iberian region. Formerly, he served at various global companies as an intern, including Clifford Chance LLP and the wealth management unit of BNP Paribas.
IFM Investors is a global fund manager with A$100bn in assets under management as at 31 December 2017. Established over 20 years ago and owned by 27 major not-for-profit Australian pension funds, the company has investment teams in Australia, Europe and North America managing a range of strategies across infrastructure, debt investments, listed equities, and private equity. IFM Investors has offices in seven locations – Melbourne, New York, London, Sydney, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul.