Ecofin Global Utilities & Infrastructure Trust Plc
|NextEra Energy Inc||5.53 %|
|Exelon Corp||5.06 %|
|Iberdrola SA||4.37 %|
|Covanta Holding Corp||3.81 %|
|National Grid PLC||3.52 %|
|Algonquin Pwr Utils||3.27 %|
|Williams Companies Inc||3.23 %|
|NextEra Energy Partners LP||3.12 %|
|TerraForm Power Inc Class A||3.08 %|
|United States||40.42 %|
|United Kingdom||14.06 %|
Jean Hugues De Lamaze
Jean‐Hugues de Lamaze joined the Investment Manager in March 2008. He is a portfolio manager covering the Investment Manager’s European investment universe. Prior to joining the Investment Manager, Jean‐Hugues co-founded UV Capital LLP in 2005 and was co-Chief Investment Officer of the Utilities & Visibility Fund. He was also Head of the European utilities research team at Goldman Sachs in London from 2002 to 2005 and a senior European analyst and Head of French research and strategy at Credit Suisse First Boston (1996‐2002) after seven years with Enskilda Securities. Jean‐Hugues has over 20 years of experience of equity markets and European utilities. He is a CFAF certified analyst and a member of the French Financial Analysts Society SFAF. He graduated from the INSEAD International Executive Programme and from the Institut Superieur de Gestion in Paris, and he holds an LLB in Business Law from Paris II‐Assas University. He is a French citizen.
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