Emil Henry launches Tiger Infrastructure Partners with Julian Robertson

November 4th, 2009
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Tiger Management, Julian Robertson and Emil Henry, Jr. have joined forces to found a private equity firm that will invest in European and North American Infrastructure. According to Bloomberg, Mr. Henry will lead Tiger Infrastructure Partners, which will invest in the energy, water, and transport industries.

Emil Henry had previously led Lehman Brothers’ private equity infrastructure group. He has also been a former assistant secretary to the U.S. Treasury. During the 1980s, Mr. Henry was on the Morgan Stanely’s private equity team, before joining Gleacher Partners LLC.

Tiger Infrastructure’s team includes other former Lehman employees Marc Blair, Pascal Casavecchia and Alessandro Boninsegna, as well as Leanne Bell, formerly of General Electric Co., and Adam Emmert of Highstar Capital.

Julian Robertson founded Tiger Management in 1980, which stopped managing outside investors’ capital in 2000 after growing into one of the largest hedge fund managers of the 1990s.
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Related People: Adam Emmert; Alessandro Boninsegna; Alex Robertson; Emil Henry, Jr.; John Townsend; Julian Robertson; Julian Robertson; Leanne Bell; Marc Blair; Pascal Casavecchia
Related Entities: Tiger Asia; Tiger Consumer; Tiger Global; Tiger Management LLC; Tiger Shark Management; Tiger Veda; Tiger Fund *; Tiger Infrastructure Partners; Tiger Jaguar Fund*; Tiger Management; Tiger Management Corp; Tiger Management LP; Tiger Puma*
Related Article Tags: Investment Management, Fund Manager and General Financial News; Hedge Fund Launches and Hedge Fund Closings

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