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Mark Weisdorf
Managing Partner at Mark Weisdorf Associates


Mark Weisdorf is managing partner of Mark Weisdorf Associates, focusing on private equity and infrastructure investment strategies. He is on the investment committee of Swiss-based IST3 Global Infrastructure Fund, and senior advisor to Star Mountain Capital, a lower middle-market investment management business in the US. During the past five years, Mark has been involved in over $1 billion of renewables, transportation and other infrastructure investments and financings. From 2005 to 2015, Mark was managing director at JPMorgan Asset Management in New York City, where, as Global CIO and CEO, he established and led their $10 billion infrastructure investments platform. From 2000 to 2003, Mark was Head of private market investments at the CPP Investment Board (CPPIB) in Toronto, where he was responsible for development and implementation of private equity, real estate and infrastructure investment strategies, then totaling $7 billion.

Prior to 2000, Mark held senior investment banking and executive management roles in Toronto, at HSBC Canada (Head of I-Banking & Deputy CEO), CIBC World Markets (Head of Diversified Industries), and Merrill Lynch Canada. Mark is a CPA, CA, CFA and CBV (Chartered Business Valuator). Mark served on the Board of the Institutional Limited Partners Association (ILPA) and was founding Chairman of their Research, Benchmarking and Standards Committee. He obtained his B. Comm. from the University of Toronto, where he is a past president of the University of Toronto Alumni Association.

Agenda Sessions

  • “Horses for Courses”: Direct vs indirect and co-investment access to infrastructure investment opportunities

  • Brand new data from the latest Probitas Infrastructure Survey