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Deloitte: James Riddell joins Australian team
October 3, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Deloitte Australia has brought back from the UK one of its most experienced corporate finance partners James Riddell, to lead its Infrastructure M&A practice across Australia and Asia supporting financial investors in this asset class.
“James joins the Australian firm at a very interesting time for infrastructure M&A activity both in Australia and Asia Pacific. In particular, his deep European market experience, will allow him to advise financial investors right across the Australian and Asian markets,” says Deloitte Australia Managing Partner Financial Advisory Services, Ian Thatcher. “Those with access to capital continue to ponder the right long term ownership model for infrastructure assets, as they assess the relative attractiveness of forthcoming Government asset disposal programs in Australia and the likely expansion of infrastructure investment opportunities up into Asia.”
With over 23 years professional experience, and nearly 14 years as a Deloitte partner, James has deep experience advising financial investors assessing core infrastructure assets including, airports, roads, rail (rolling stock and high speed rail), ports, car parks, water, gas and electricity utility assets and other long terms assets that exhibit stable secure long term cash flows.
After a successful seven years in Europe leading Deloitte UK’s infrastructure M&A business, and alongside his new role with Deloitte Australia, James will also take on a global leadership role for infrastructure M&A based in Sydney, as part of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu International’s global Infrastructure and Capital Programs market offering.