Carly Magee joined infrastructure and private equity money manager Foresight Group as senior investment manager, one of six additions to the firm's international infrastructure team, confirmed a spokesman.
All are new positions and bring the number of members of Foresight's international infrastructure team to 20.
Ms. Magee is responsible for solar transactions in the U.K., an area that the £1 billion ($1.7 billion) manager has focused on over the past year in particular. Ms. Magee joined from Ingenious Investments' clean-energy team.
Foresight manages £680 million of infrastructure assets, predominantly in solar, and as such has added five other new positions to the team.
Hadder Jalil joined as investment manager, responsible for financial modeling across the firm's 149MW solar portfolio. He was most recently on KPMG's infrastructure products team.
Tom Moore was appointed portfolio analyst, focusing on operations and reporting for the solar portfolio. He previously was a financial controller within Jubilee Financial Products' asset management and investment banking team. A spokesman confirmed his departure but provided no further information.
Alberto Torini joined as senior investment and portfolio analyst in the firm's Rome office. He is responsible for managing the Italian portfolio, arranging and structuring financing for transactions in the Italian renewable sector. He joined from law firm Bonelli Erede Pappalardo. A spokeswoman for the law firm, where Mr. Torini was a trainee, confirmed his departure.
Lucio Favale was appointed investment analyst at Cohen & Co., focusing on public private partnerships and private finance initiative.
In December, Foresight appointed Julian Elsworth as portfolio analyst, joining from WSP Group, a U.K. construction, property engineering and management consultancy services firm.
The firm will continue to expand its acquisition of large-scale solar assets this year, said Jamie Richards, partner and head of infrastructure at Foresight, in a news release.
Spokesmen for Ingenious Investments, KPMG and WSP Group were not available to comment.