Matina Papathanasiou


Matina Papathanasiou
CEW Member

QIC Global Infrastructure
Co-Founder and Deputy Head of Global Infrastructure

Matina co-founded QIC Global Infrastructure in early 2006, which has $5.1 billion AUM in infrastructure mandates with $6.6 billion realised for clients, making it the equivalent of a top 100 listed public company. As Deputy Head of Global Infrastructure, Matina has overall responsibility for portfolio construction for QIC’s infrastructure clients, plays a key role in client relationships and in managing our clients’ investment in the airports sector. She is a member of the team’s Clients, Investments and Assets Committee, and Operating Committee.

Matina has over 25 years’ funds management and investment banking experience including 12 years as an equity investor in the infrastructure sector.

Prior to joining QIC, Matina was employed by AMP Capital Investors in their Unlisted Infrastructure team. In this capacity, she served as the Head of Strategy and as a member of their Credit Investment Committee. She also led a number of infrastructure transactions for AMP and was responsible for product development.

Previously, Matina was in the Infrastructure Finance and Advisory team of Bankers Trust and Macquarie in their Project Advisory and Structured Finance groups focusing on infrastructure. She commenced her career as a tax adviser with Arthur Andersen.

She has been a director on a number of boards of infrastructure companies including current director roles at Brisbane Airport Corporation, Westlink M7 (alternate) and QML (alternate). She has also been a director of a number of other infrastructure companies including TransGrid, Epic Energy, Pacific Solar and India Infrastructure Holdings.

Matina is also an alumni of Wharton and Harvard Business School.

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