New chair for JLIF

6 July 2017 John Laing Infrastructure Fund (JLIF) has appointed a new chairman, with the current incumbent due to step down later this year.

Paul Lester, who has been chairman of the fund ever since it was launched in 2010, is stepping down in September and the investor has announced that current deputy chairman David MacLellan will take over the role from 30 September.

Lester’s departure is part of the phased succession programme to replace the five directors who have been on the board of JLIF since its launch.

It follows the departure of JLIF’s lead investment adviser Andrew Charlesworth in May.


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23 February 2018.


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