Gordon Bajnai to become CEO of Campbell Lutyens in September
People - JULY 9, 2024

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Gordon Bajnai to become CEO of Campbell Lutyens in September

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Campbell Lutyens has appointed Gordon Bajnai as CEO, effective Sept. 1.

Bajnai will succeed Andrew Sealey, who has been CEO since 2003, after having joined the firm in 1990. Sealey will become chairman of Campbell Lutyens, while John Campbell, one of the founders of the firm, will continue as emeritus chairman.

Bajnai has been with Campbell Lutyens for 13 years, initially as an advisory director before joining the firm in an executive capacity in 2017. He took over responsibility for the firm’s global infrastructure and energy transition practice in 2019. He will retain responsibility for the infrastructure practice in his new role.

Prior to joining Campbell Lutyens, Bajnai was group COO of Meridiam Infrastructure. Earlier in his career, he held roles as CEO of the Wallis Group, a diversified investment holding company, and as deputy CEO of CA IB Securities, a Central European investment bank. Bajnai also has held senior government posts in Hungary, including

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