Campbell Lutyens has appointed Clay McCoy as a managing director in the firm’s secondary advisory practice.
Based in the firm’s New York office, McCoy will be focused on North American infrastructure-related secondary transactions. He brings more than 10 years of experience in this market and the financial services more broadly.
He previously served as a director within the infrastructure, power and renewables group at Solomon Partners and was a vice president in the power, utilities and infrastructure group at RBC Capital Markets. Prior to that, McCoy worked as an analyst in the securitization finance group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and as an auditor at Ernst & Young.
“We are delighted that Clay has joined the team, bringing with him extensive experience in infrastructure-focused investing,” said Gerald Cooper, partner and head of Campbell Lutyens’ secondary advisory team in North America. “Clay’s comprehensive knowledge of this marke