Robert Stewart

Managing Partner, Gip Australia at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

Robert Stewart

Robert Stewart

Managing Partner, Gip Australia at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

Biography

Robert Stewart is on the board of Asciano Ltd. and Port of Melbourne Corp. In his past career Mr. Stewart was Chief Executive Officer of Credit Suisse (Australia) Ltd.

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Global Infrastructure Management LLC
Credit Suisse (Australia) Ltd.

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362

Number of Boards

2

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Founder at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Founding Partner at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Partner at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Former Chief Executive Officer at Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd.

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General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Chief Risk Officer at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Founding Partner at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Former Partner at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Partner at Global Infrastructure Management LLC

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Principal at Global Infrastructure Management LLP

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In The News
Australian Financial Review
December 9, 2015
Knox hints at more for Credit Suisse
Australian Financial Review
December 3, 2015
Stock defects to Credit Suisse to head investment bank team
Australian Financial Review
November 4, 2015
Credit Suisse joins UBS in Qube consortium's camp
Australian Financial Review
November 2, 2015
Farmers give Qube thumbs up for blocking Brookfield
Australian Financial Review
April 15, 2015
Global Infrastructure Partners prepares new Aussie dollar fund
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Robert Stewart
Managing Partner, Gip Australia at Global Infrastructure Management LLC
Career History
Managing Partner, Gip Australia
2015 - Current

Global Infrastructure Partners ('GIP') is an independent infrastructure fund that invests worldwide in infrastructure assets and business in both OECD and select emerging market countries. GIP targets investments in single assets and portfolios of assets and companies in power and utilities, natural resources infrastructure, air transport infrastructure, seaports, freight railroad, water distribution and treatment and waste management. GIP has offices in New York and London, with an affiliate in Sydney.

Partner
2015 - Current
Chief Executive Officer
1999 - 2015

Part of Credit Suisse Group AG, Credit Suisse (Australia) Ltd. is an Australian company located in Sydney that provides brokerage services. John Knox is the CEO, in this role since 2005.

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Director
2016 - Current

Pacific National Holdings Pty Ltd. owns and operates transport infrastructure assets with a focus on ports and rail. The firm operates through three divisions terminals, logistics and bulk automotive and port services. The company was founded on January 29, 2007 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.

Director
Current

Port of Melbourne Corp. develops and manages port. It is a maritime hub for containerized, automotive, and general cargo. The company was founded in 1835 and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia.

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