Morgan Stanley: infrastructure veteran to head Australia IB

Julian Peck,who worked on several large infrastructure deals in Australia, has criticised the government’s electricity privatisation programme for not adequately taking into consideration investor needs.

Julian Peck will become joint head of Morgan Stanley's investment banking division in Australia, alongside Richard Wagner, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia.

Peck has been at the US bank for over a decade following roles at two other investment banks and an earlier career in corporate tax and advisory. The move is effective immediately.

In recent years, he has served as head of Australia infrastructure and utilities investment banking at Morgan Stanley and has been heavily involved in many of the largest infrastructure MA transactions in Australia. 

He was the lead adviser on the A$9.7 billion $7.6...

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