Giles Frost, Co-founder and an Executive Director, Amber Infrastructure
Giles is co-founder and an executive director of Amber Infrastructure. He set up and established Amber after acquiring the K.K. PPP business from Babcock & Brown in 2009. Giles joined Babcock & Brown in 2000 and was involved in the development, investment and management of projects in the public infrastructure sector throughout this time, as well as the creation of London listed International Public Partnerships in 2006.
He is a director of INPP, leads the investment advisory team and chairs both the Amber executive committee and the investment committees responsible for giving advice to Amber’s clients.
Giles has worked on project finance and infrastructure transactions since 1992, and has been involved in the origination, development, management and investment in an extensive number of social infrastructure projects in the accommodation and transport sectors.
Prior to joining Babcock and Brown in 1999, Giles was a solicitor and partner at London City law firm Wilde Sapte, where he specialized in infrastructure finance.
The UK Chancellor’s Autumn Statement announced £1 billion of investment in full-fibre broadband and trialling 5G networks via a new Digital Infrastructure Fund. The Fund which has been setup with around £400 million of public investment does offer an opportunity for private investors and sector developers to match the investment with target figures set to […]