Apollo appoints new co-head of infrastructure By Investing.com

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NEW YORK – Apollo Global Management Inc. (NYSE: NYSE:) has appointed Harry Seekings as Co-Head of Infrastructure, effective March 11, 2024. Seekings will work in tandem with Olivia Wassenaar, Head of Sustainability and Infrastructure, to spearhead the company’s infrastructure investment strategy, particularly in the mid-market sector.

Seekings brings over 25 years of industry experience to Apollo, having previously served as Managing Partner and Head of Infrastructure at InfraRed Capital Partners. His background includes leadership roles across London, New York, and Sydney, and his expertise in business development and public-private partnerships in North America is expected to contribute significantly to Apollo’s infrastructure endeavors.

Apollo Co-President Scott Kleinman expressed confidence in Seekings’ ability to drive growth within the company’s infrastructure franchise, citing his proven track record in managing transnational teams. Seekings himself is eager to lead Apollo’s strategy in a sector that increasingly demands scaled capital and deep operating expertise.

This strategic appointment is part of Apollo’s broader mission as a global alternative asset manager with approximately $651 billion of assets under management as of December 31, 2023. The company’s asset management business aims to deliver excess returns across various investment strategies, including yield, hybrid, and equity.

Apollo’s infrastructure team, which includes seven partners and 25 investment professionals, focuses on mid-market businesses and assets. The firm’s investment themes are centered on the global energy transition, digital infrastructure, global supply chain, and sustainable living.

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