John E. Lynch
Managing Director, Principal Investments, Infrastructure Investments Group J.P. Morgan Asset Management

John E. Lynch is a managing director for principal investments at J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Infrastructure Investments Group.

He joined IIG after a 20-year global career in investment banking. Since 2010, he was head of EMEA Power at Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he led the bank’s advisory and lending efforts in Europe for utilities, conventional power, renewable generation and energy/utility related infrastructure. He joined BAML in 2000 and has held various roles based in New York and London. Prior to that, he was based in New York with JPMorgan IBD in the Energy Group. He started his career with Arthur D. Little in Boston.

Lynch’s responsibilities at IIG encompass asset management, origination and fund raising. He is a member of the Operating Committee and the Risk Committee. His board roles at the Fund’s portfolio companies include two of the funds most significant investments – ENW Ltd, where IIG owns 50 percent of the regulated electricity distribution network in Manchester/Northwest England, and Nortegas, where IIG own ~60 percent of the incumbent natural gas distribution company in the Basque Region/Northern Spain. Whilst bolstering the funds strong legacy positions in the UK and NL and Spain, his origination activities encompass core and core plus assets, management teams and board members across Europe.

Lynch lives in London with his wife and three children. He is a dual citizen of the United States and Ireland. He holds a BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.