"Vincent brings two decades of hard-core infrastructure expertise, both on a Global and Regional level, an imperative asset for ADIC in this time of ground-breaking improvement and change. Our strategy at ADIC will reflect the sum of all international and local expertise we are embracing onboard, coupled with our heritage of trust, to deliver a world-class suite of products to our broad range of clients,"
said Nazem Fawwaz Al Kudsi, Chief Executive Officer of ADIC.
Prior to joining IAM in 2007, Vincent headed the UBS Equity Research European Infrastructure and Utilities (I&U) team from 2001 onwards and more recently was co-global coordinator of I&U, where he and his team produced some ground-breaking research on the future of infrastructure investment, nuclear and renewable energy.
From 2000-2007, Vincent consistently ranked amongst the top three I&U analysts in Europe and was voted third best analyst across all sectors in Europe in the 2001 Extel ranking. Under his stewardship, the European I&U team constantly ranked amongst the top teams in internal (UBS) and external rankings.
In the last few years, Vincent published some groundbreaking research on the future of nuclear energy and infrastructure as an investment theme. Vincent was also involved in the successful listing of Enel, Snam ReteGas, and PPC.