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David Stollard Joins as Head of Asset Investment & Finance for South-East Asia

January 21st 2013

EC Harris, the leading global Built Asset Consultancy, has appointed David Stollard as their new Head of Asset Investment & Finance for South-East Asia. David is a Chartered Civil Engineer with a strong track record in the initiation, development and implementation of real estate and infrastructure capital investment projects. 

Based out of EC Harris’ Singapore office but with a remit covering the wider ASEAN region, David will lead the firm’s work with infrastructure funds, developers, operators and financiers involved in the large-scale infrastructure developments in the region over the coming years.

David joins EC Harris from PricewaterhouseCoopers where he was a Senior Manager within their Capital Projects & Infrastructure team. During this time he advised both public and private clients across the region on challenges in the real estate, transportation, oil & gas, water and power sectors. 

More specifically, he has been involved in business case development, options for transaction structure, feasibility studies, defining and optimising implementation and operational strategies, operational improvement, and dispute avoidance.

Before moving to PricewaterhouseCoopers, David worked at John Laing, Tube Lines and Kier, having starting his career at Balfour Beatty Major Projects.

Richard Marriott, Head of Lenders & Investors for EC Harris in Asia said: “David’s knowledge of the region and diverse experience across a host of different infrastructure sectors will make him a real asset when it comes to advising clients on complex issues including how to ensure multi-billion pound infrastructure schemes remain commercially viable and deliver a secure level of return.”

David Stollard added: “South East Asia is seeing a massive demand for infrastructure development across the water, transportation and energy sectors. However, there can be a high level of risk with schemes of this nature in the region, so investors will want to see thorough evidence of how these issues can be mitigated before committing capital”.

EC Harris currently works on the Singapore Sports Hub project and several other clients across the ASEAN region including Shell and Changi Airports International.


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