Broadening IPE Global’s International Urban Capability

IPE Global continues to expand its international urban development capability with the appointments of Jamie Simpson as Global Lead for Infrastructure and Urban Development and Dr Richard Slater as Director of Research, Development & Learning.

IPE Global’s Vice Chairman & Managing Director Ashwajit Singh commented, “IPE Global has worked closely with both Jamie and Richard over many years and we are delighted that they are joining our urban team. They bring energy and ideas, as well as leading industry experience and sector knowledge. We’re looking forward to welcoming them as part of the global IPE team.”

These new roles follow the recent appointment of Royston Brockman as Regional Director for South East Asia, and of Martyn Clark as Senior Urban Development Specialist. Roy brings more than 40 years’ professional experience, concentrated on the South East Asia region, of infrastructure project finance, public private partnerships, strategic urban development, urban renewal, affordable housing and service delivery. Martyn works across IPE Global’s London, Nairobi and Addis offices on urban planning, urban market and economic development and urban resilience.


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