Santander Corporate & Investment Banking (Santander CIB) has appointed Jorge Gil to lead the infrastructure industry practice, reporting to Darren Jones, head of SCIB UK and global head of Banking & Corporate Finance (B&CF).
Jorge has spent 20 years in Ferrovial, one of the world's largest private-sector developers of transport infrastructure, where he has held senior roles such as CEO of the Airports and Power Infrastructure subsidiaries, finance director of Ferrovial Group, and Corporate and Business Development and Structured Finance director of Cintra. He has served on the boards of some of the world's largest private infrastructure assets, such as Heathrow Airport, 407ETR highway in Toronto and Indiana Toll Road. Jorge has a truly international profile, having worked on transactions all around the world. Prior to joining Ferrovial, he worked for Chase Manhattan Bank in the Corporate Finance and M&A areas.
Darren Jones, head of SCIB UK and global head of Banking & Corporate Finance: “I am fully confident that Jorge’s appointment will bring our already strong Infrastructure franchise to the next level and, more broadly, complement the investments we are making in energy transition, digital and broader corporate finance agenda.”
Jorge Gil mentioned: “I am thrilled to join a leading global firm such as Santander CIB and look forward to reinforcing the successful high profile built up over the past years.”