Campbell Lutyens has appointed Gordon Bajnai as a partner and head of global infrastructure. He also will continue in his capacity as chairman of the firm’s Global Advisory Board. Bajnai will be based in Campbell Lutyens’ London office and will assume leadership of the firm’s global infrastructure practice in his new full-time role.
Bajnai will continue to work closely with James Wardlaw, who has been appointed to a new position as vice chairman, infrastructure. Wardlaw will remain in his client-facing role advising institutional investors and fund managers on infrastructure strategy globally. Guillermo Marroquin, who is based in Chicago, continues in his role as head of North American Real Assets.
Bajnai formerly served as prime minister of Hungary from 2009 to 2010. Prior to that, he held positions as government commissioner of the National Development Agency, as minister of regional development, and later as minister of economy and national development.