Marcus, who joined QIC in 2005, is focused on the overall strategy of the Global Private Capital capability. He is also the current Chairman of the Institutional Investors Roundtable.
Before joining QIC, Marcus was Chief Executive, North America, for Altius Associates Ltd, an independent private equity consultancy and discretionary manager. As a founder of the business, he participated in the global management and investment strategy of Altius.
From 1996 to 2000, Marcus was Head of Private Equity for the Virginia Retirement System, A US public pension plan with assets of US$49 billion and a five per cent allocation to private equity. Marcus added a non-US component to what was a wholly-US portfolio and then managed the global private equity program.
From 1990 to 1995, Marcus worked in the London office of the Bankers Trust Company where he structured a number of buy-out financings.Marcus holds a Bachelor of Science (Architecture) and a Masters of Business Administration.
Phillip joined QIC in 2006. As Principal for QIC’s Global Private Capital team, his focus is on venture and growth co-investments.
From 2005 to 2006, he was a Business Director with Wilson HTM, focused on Australian middle market growth companies.
Previously, Phillip was a healthcare investment banker in San Francisco, working with Deutsche Bank and Thomas Weisel Partners between 1998 and 2005. He was primarily focused on venture-backed companies in bio-pharmaceutical and medical device sectors. He also worked with Ernst & Young in Australia.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree.
Stephen, who joined QIC in 2008, focuses on North American buy-outs, co-investments and energy.
Stephen has 17 years of experience in global private equity fund investing. From 1999 to 2006, he helped build and manage the global private equity program for MLC, the first of its kind in Australia.
Between 1992 and 1999, he worked at Lend Lease Corp, firstly in project finance and then in direct infrastructure investment. Prior to working at Lend Lease, Stephen worked in the project finance division of Schroders Australia between 1988 and 1992. He started his career at Deloitte Haskin and Sells in tax advice.
He holds a Bachelor of Economics and Law.
Rune joined QIC in 2006 and is responsible for the development of QIC’s European buy-out portfolio.
He has more than a decade of experience in private equity, having led both primary and secondary fund investments as well as co-investments.
Prior to joining QIC, Rune worked at Danske Private Equity, where he focused on mid-market buy-out funds in the US and Europe. Prior to that, he held roles in consulting and corporate finance.
Rune holds a Master of Science in Applied Economics and Finance from Copenhagen Business School, and a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland.