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jim kim joins gip of Adebayo Ogunlesi

Team

Partners

Adebayo Ogunlesi
  • Chairman & Managing Partner
  • Former Global Head of Investment Banking; Head of Global Energy, Credit Suisse
Deepak Agrawal
  • Energy & Debt focus
  • Former Senior Financial Advisor, Qatar Petroleum
Joseph Blum
  • General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer
  • Former Partner, Latham & Watkins
Jonathan Bram
  • Power focus
  • Former Co-Head of Global Industrials & Services; COO Investment Banking, Credit Suisse
William Brilliant
  • Energy focus
  • Former Associate, Lehman Brothers
Andrew Gillespie-Smith
  • Transport focus
  • Former Managing Director, Credit Suisse
Matthew Harris
  • Energy & Water/Waste focus
  • Former Co-Head of Global Energy; Head of EMEA Emerging Markets, Credit Suisse
Bruce MacLennan
  • Energy & Power focus
  • Former Director, Credit Suisse
Michael McGhee
  • Transport focus
  • Former Head of Global Transportation & Logistics, Credit Suisse
Jennifer Powers
  • Credit focus
  • Former Co-Head, Investment Grade Debt Capital Markets, Mizuho Bank
Raj Rao
  • Energy & Water/Waste focus
  • Former Director, Credit Suisse
Salim Samaha
  • Energy focus
  • Former VP, Credit Suisse
Rob Stewart
  • Managing Partner, GIP Australia
  • Former CEO, Credit Suisse Australia
William Woodburn
  • Operating focus
  • Former President & CEO, GE Infrastructure

Adebayo Ogunlesi

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Adebayo Ogunlesi
BornDecember 20, 1953 (age 65)
NationalityNigerian
Other namesBayo Ogunlesi
EducationLincoln College, Oxford
Harvard Law School
Harvard Business School
Alma materKing's College, Lagos
OccupationInvestment banker
Years active1980-present
EmployerGlobal Infrastructure Partners
Spouse(s)Dr. Amelia Quist-Ogunlesi
Children2
Adebayo "Bayo" O. Ogunlesi (born December 20, 1953) is a Nigerian lawyer and investment banker.[1][2] Ogunlesi is currently Chairman and Managing Partner at the private equity firm, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP). Ogunlesi was the former head of Global Investment Banking at Credit Suisse First Boston[3] before being promoted to Chief Client Officer and Executive Vice Chairman.[4]

Early life and education[edit]

Ogunlesi is from Makun, SagamuOgun State in Nigeria. He is the son of Theophilus O. Ogunlesi,[5] the first Nigerian professor of medicine at University of Ibadan.[6] His family is of Yoruba origin.
Ogunlesi went to King's College, Lagos, a secondary school in LagosNigeria. He received a B.A. with first class honors in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University in England. In 1979, he received a J.D. magna cum laudefrom Harvard Law School and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School, which he pursued at the same time.[1][7]During his time at Harvard, he was on the Harvard Law Review.[6]

Career[edit]

From 1980 to 1981, Ogunlesi served as a law clerk to Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall of the United States Supreme Court. Ogunlesi was an attorney in the corporate practice group of the New York City law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, where he had been a summer associate while studying for his M.B.A.[1]
In 1983, Ogunlesi joined the investment bank First Boston as an advisor on a Nigerian gas project.[2] At First Boston, he worked in the Project Finance Group, advising clients on transactions and financings and has worked on transactions in North and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. From 1997 to 2002, he was the Head of the Global Energy Group of the by then renamed Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB). In 2002, Ogunlesi was appointed Global Head of CSFB's Investment Banking Division.[2] Also in 2002, he served as a member of Credit Suisse's Executive Board and Management Committee.[8] From 2004 to 2006, Ogunlesi was Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Client Officer of CSFB.[9]
In July 2006, Ogunlesi started the private equity firm, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), a joint venture whose initial investors included Credit Suisse and General Electric. He currently serves as Chairman and Managing Partner.[10]
In 2006, GIP bought London City Airport.[11] In 2009, GIP acquired the majority in London Gatwick Airport in a deal worth £1.455 billion.[12] The Nigerian press has given him the nickname, "The Man Who Bought Gatwick Airport."[6] GIP also owns Edinburgh Airport, which they bought in 2012,[13] and Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori, which they bought in February 2018.[14]

Additional work[edit]

Ogunlesi is a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association. While working at Credit Suisse First Boston, he was a lecturer at Harvard Law School and the Yale School of Management,[1] where he taught a course on transnational investment projects in emerging countries.[15]
In October 2012, Ogunlesi was appointed to the Board of Directors at Goldman Sachs.[11] On July 24, 2014, he was named Lead Director.[8][16]
In December 2016, it was announced that Ogunlesi, among other business leaders, would be part of Donald Trump'sStrategic and Policy Forum,[10] which was disbanded on Aug 16, 2017.

Personal life[edit]

Ogunlesi has been married to British-born optometrist, Dr. Amelia Quist-Ogunlesi since 1985.[17] They have two children.[18]

Awards and honors[edit]

Recipient of The International Center in New York's Award of Excellence.[citation needed]

Memberships[edit]

Works and publications[edit]

  • Ogunlesi, Adebayo (1979). The Basic Human Needs Approach to Development. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Law SchoolOCLC 81062298. Submitted to: Professor C. Clyde Ferguson, Jr. [for the] Seminar: Legal Problems of the New International Economics Order (Harvard third year paper)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Jump up to:a b c d Sorkin, Andrew Ross (14 March 2002). "Accidental Investment Banker Shakes Up Credit Suisse Unit"The New York Times.
  2. Jump up to:a b c Gregory, Sean (2 December 2002). "2002 Global Influentials. Adebayo Ogunlesi: CSFB's Global-Banking Chief. His Road from Nigerian Doctor's Son to Wall Street Boss Has Crossed Oil Fields, the Supreme Court and a Rifle or Two"TimeArchived from the original on 30 May 2007.
  3. ^ McFadden, Jeanmarie; Pendleton, Pen (20 February 2002). "CSFB Names Tony James Chairman of Global Investment Banking and Private Equity".
  4. ^ Reed, K. Terrell (1 November 2004). "CSFB Repositions Top Exec"Black Enterprise.
  5. ^ Sean (13 July 2016). "Nigeria's first Professor of Medicine, Theophilus Ogunlesi celebrates 93rd Birthday"Daily Mail, Nigeria.
  6. Jump up to:a b c "The Man Who Bought Gatwick Airport - Ventures Africa"Ventures Africa. 26 May 2012.
  7. ^ Fungayi Tichawona Kapungu; Kaniaru Wacieni (2004-12-13). "Adebayo Ogunlesi (HBS '79) honored by Harvard African Alumni"The Harbus. Archived from the original on April 2, 2012. Retrieved 2007-05-18Mr. Adebayo O. Ogunlesi (HLS/HBS '79), was honored by the Harvard African Students' Alumni Network ... for "consistent and superior performance in his professional career.
  8. Jump up to:a b "Board of Directors - Adebayo O. Ogunlesi, Lead Director"Goldman Sachs.
  9. ^ "More Management Changes at First Boston"The New York TimesBloomberg News. 19 August 2004.
  10. Jump up to:a b "President-elect Trump Establishes the President's Strategic and Policy Forum" (Press Release)Global Infrastructure Partners. New York, NY. 3 December 2016.
  11. Jump up to:a b Nsehe, Mfonobong (16 October 2012). "Goldman Sachs Appoints Nigerian Banker To Its Board"Forbes.
  12. ^ Wray, Richard; Wearden, Graeme (21 October 2009). "Gatwick to get upgrade after £1.5bn sale"The Guardian.
  13. ^ Scott, Mark (23 April 2012). "Investment Fund to Pay $1.3 Billion for Edinburgh Airport"DealBook, The New York Times.
  14. ^ https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-italo-m-a/italo-shareholders-accept-gips-improved-takeover-offer-scrap-ipo-plans-idUKKBN1FR384
  15. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-12-28. Retrieved 2007-10-15.
  16. ^ Alden, William (25 July 2014). "Goldman Sachs Names Ogunlesi New Lead Director"DealBook, The New York Times.
  17. ^ "Adebayo O Ogunlesi mentioned in the record of Quist and Adebayo O Ogunlesi"FamilySearch. September 1985.
  18. ^ "Board of Directors Biographies: Amelia Quist-Ogunlesi"Lighthouse International.

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