Graham Marr has over 30 years of professional experience with approximately 20 years of experience in structuring, financing, acquiring and disposing of infrastructure and other transportation assets and companies in Europe within a wide range of sectors including: power generation, rail & light rail (particularly rolling stock), shipping (notably LNG shipping), aircraft, ports, telecommunications networks and roads.
Graham was a member of the team that founded Arcus in 2009, with particular responsibility for structuring and negotiation of the acquisition and financing of the Fund interests from Babcock & Brown. Graham was the Chief Operating Officer of Arcus from July 2009 until July 2013, at which time he was elected as its co-Managing Partner along with Simon Gray. Graham has also been a member of Arcus’ Management Committee since Arcus’ formation. In addition to his Arcus management responsibilities, Graham works extensively on the asset management activities in respect of several of the Fund’s investments. He was extensively involved in the structuring and financing of the tender offer for Brisa made by Tagus Holdings in July 2012 and was instrumental in negotiating and structuring the Fund and it’s consortium partner’s acquisition of Angel Trains & Alpha Trains from RBS in 2008. Graham currently sits on the boards of Brisa and Forth Ports.
Prior to joining Arcus, Graham worked for Price Waterhouse in London and Aberdeen (1980-1996 (becoming a tax partner in 1992) and for Babcock & Brown (1996-2009 (becoming a partner in 1999). Graham graduated with a BSc. in chemistry from Durham University in 1980 and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1983.