15 May 2020, London: DC Advisory (DC), an international investment bank committed to making a difference, has today announced that Andrew Congleton joins the Infrastructure team as a Managing Director.
Andrew will join Neale Marvin, Sergio Ronga and recently promoted Phillip Hyman to lead the group based in London, further strengthening DC Advisory’s market-leading infrastructure offering. DC Advisory’s total infrastructure team now sits at c. 40 people in the UK, combined with eight across mainland Europe and five in the US and Asia.
Andrew’s extensive Infrastructure M&A experience includes recently advising on the acquisition of Kellas Midstream from Antin Infrastructure to BlackRock and GIC, the sale of Foresight Metering to Arcus Infrastructure Partners, the acquisition of a minority stake in Solör Bioenergy Group by Polhem Infra, the sale of Idex from Cube Infrastructure Managers to Antin Infrastructure Partners, and the acquisition of a 61% stake in National Grid Gas Distribution by Quad Gas Group.
Andrew Congleton, Managing Director, DC Advisory, said “DC’s Infrastructure platform is fast becoming the unbeatable offering in the market. Despite a relatively uncertain macro-economic backdrop, the team continues to thrive by providing the right advice to clients around the world.”
Sergio Ronga, Managing Director, DC Advisory, said “Andrew is a brilliant hire for DC Advisory. His expertise, particularly on the sell-side and across the regulatory sector, is an investment into the long-term growth of our platform, to ensure market-leading advice for our clients, anywhere. His commitment to making a difference to the wider infrastructure investment market is entirely aligned with DC’s values – we’re delighted to have him on board.”
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About Andrew Congleton
Andrew joins DC Advisory with over 20 years’ investment banking experience, specialising in infrastructure M&A deals. Andrew joins from RBC Capital Markets where he was a Managing Director for over four years. Prior to RBC Capital Markets, Andrew spent eight years at Deutsche Bank, after roles at Merrill Lynch and Lazard.