Sequoia Investment Management Company

An experienced Investment Advisor:

Randall Sandstrom — CEO / CIO

  • 24 years of experience in the international and domestic credit markets and infrastructure debt markets
  • Managed $6 billion notional in global High Yield and investment grade bonds, leveraged loans, ABS and money market securities. Exposures included Europe, US, UK and Australia
  • Board of Directors, LCF Rothschild and MD of Structured Finance. Former CEO/CIO, Eiger Capital
  • Head of Euro Credit Market Strategy, Morgan Stanley. “I/I”- ranked hard asset Industrial Credit Analyst, CS First Boston (energy & transportation)

Dolf Kohnhorst — Chief Risk Officer

  • 34 years of experience in investment banking, debt capital markets & project finance commercial lending
  • Head of Société Générale’s Financial Institutions Group covering UK, Irish, Benelux and Scandinavian banks, insurance companies, pension funds and investment management companies
  • 16 years at Morgan Stanley heading Benelux and Scandinavian sales teams and DCM Structured Solutions Group
  • Commercial lending to shipping, construction and project finance sectors

Steve Cook — Portfolio Manager

  • 17 years of infrastructure experience
  • European Head of Whole Business Securitisation and CMBS, and Co-Head of Infrastructure Finance at UBS
  • Head of European Corporate Securitisation at Morgan Stanley with lending and balance sheet responsibility
  • Wide variety of infrastructure projects in the UK and across Europe as a lender, arranger and advisor. Strong structuring and credit  analysis skills

Greg Taylor — Portfolio Manager

  • 28 years of infrastructure experience
  • Head of Infrastructure Finance at Merrill Lynch and Co-Head of Infrastructure Finance at UBS
  • Developed Moody’s methodology for rating regulated infrastructure companies
  • Broad perspective as bond arranger, direct lender, credit analyst and financial advisor to both borrowers and public sector. Includes lending in Europe, the UK, North America and Latin America