Marsh has appointed Edwin Charnaud as chairman of its global infrastructure practice. Charnaud will be responsible for the strategic development of the practice, which provides risk-based, analytical and transactional support to infrastructure clients worldwide. Reporting to Jim Pierce, chairman, global industries, he will continue to be based in London.
Charnaud will retain his current responsibilities as leader of Marsh’s private equity and mergers and acquisitions (PEMA) practice in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). He will also retain his position as a non-executive director on the board of Kessler & Co in Switzerland.
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