Peter is an engineer and Harvard MBA by training. He has 25 years of experience in management consulting in Canada and abroad. He was formerly the Vice President of a state-owned corporation in Africa with 16,000 employees. He has been responsible for leading large multi-disciplinary teams for complex PPP transactions worth over US$22 billion.
Arif has managed projects leading to the successful financial close of 42 transactions worth over US$10 billion in the power and transport sectors in Africa. His experience ranges from drafting technical reports, developing financial models and carrying out market sounding to conducting bidding processes and negotiations with investors and their lenders. He has been working with CPCS since 2001 and has an MBA from the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
Marc-André is responsible for the North American Division. He has led over 150 transportation-sector management consulting assignments for public and private sector clients in North America, Asia, South America, the Middle East and Africa. Marc-André was the top MBA graduate from the Schulich School of Business (2004) and is also the Immediate Past President of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum (CTRF).
Mohammed is a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 13 years of progressive corporate accounting and management experience across several industries. He is a hands on Controller with expertise in financial reporting, internal controls, budgets and forecasting as well as cash management.
Philip holds a Master’s Degree in Economics and an MBA in International Business. He has extensive project preparation and implementation experience, with a particular focus on PPP projects, supporting both the public and private sector in structuring projects and raising equity and debt financing. Philip’s experience spans the energy, railways and ports sectors and over the last decade, he has been part of teams that have successfully closed over US$2 billion worth of infrastructure projects.
Possessing a Master's in International Economics and International Project Management, Hichame has a deep knowledge of the development issues surrounding transportation and energy infrastructure. He has vast experience with projects financed by international funding organizations such as the World Bank, African Development Bank, and the European Union, for which he has led many major projects.