UK Infrastructure veteran, Trevor Sturmy, joins Rock team

Following continued success in winning its second deal providing institutional investor backed financing solutions for UK rolling stock, Rock expands its team with the addition of one of the UK’s most senior infrastructure finance experts

Rock Infrastructure and Rock Rail Holdings limited are delighted to announce the appointment of Trevor Sturmy as a Partner to its project development team from 1st December 2016. Trevor joins us with 20 years of experience of financing in the European infrastructure market working across the transport, social, power and renewables sectors. Working at major financing institutions, including Deutsche Bank, CIT Bank and, most recently, as regional project finance team head at HSBC, he has been involved in many landmark financing deals, bringing together major clients, innovative commercial and financing structuring, and focussed and effective project management.
Mark Swindell, Founding Partner of Rock Infrastructure and CEO of Rock Rail, said:

“Having worked with Trevor on the ground-breaking Hitachi IEP deal for 4 years, it is great to welcome him to Rock Infrastructure to build on our initiatives in UK rail this year by focusing on upgrades and renewal in the rail network and continuing to help put passengers first. Trevor will also lead the origination of deals in the greenfield energy and renewables, other transport and social infrastructure sectors.
Trevor joins Nick Watson, Nick English, Matt Allen and myself in forming a team with the innovative know-how, the energy and the “can do “attitude required to meet the challenges of developing new structured financed businesses capable of meeting the significant demands for delivery of new infrastructure on value for money terms.”

Rock is an independent developer of greenfield PPPs for the public and private sectors, committed to developing projects for investment by institutional investors and providing value for money to the public. Rock’s ground-breaking approach to project structuring and funding has brought it success in 2016, with projects closed in the transport sector amounting to £1,000m in asset value.

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