Antin Infrastructure Partners announces partnership with the Sutton Trust7 December 2015
Antin Infrastructure Partners is delighted to announce a partnership with the Sutton Trust.
The Sutton Trust is a UK charity and policy organisation dedicated to improving and expanding the range of educational opportunities available to students. Antin will join the Sutton Trust as a Platinum Core Supporter and fund a portion of the Trust’s policy work, school programmes and research studies.
Dr. Lee Elliot Major, Chief Executive of the Sutton Trust, said “We are delighted to partner with Antin. The firm’s contribution will make a real difference to our work as we expand our current flagship education programmes, launch new initiatives for professional placements, continue to disseminate research and advocate crucial policy reforms.”
Antin Managing Partner Mark Crosbie commented “We look forward to supporting the Sutton Trust in its work to educate the next generation of leaders. A strong education is the basis for success later in life. The admirable programmes of the Sutton Trust underscore this message and show the benefits of formal programmes, advocacy and focused research.”
About the Sutton Trust
The Sutton Trust is the UK's leading foundation using education to improve opportunities for young people. Through its research and policy work the Trust has a profound impact on Government education policy and spending. Investing in the Trust generates high economic returns: its cost-effective work boosts the life-chances of thousands of young people each year. Its research helps set the agenda for public debate, attracting national media attention, and impacts on Government policy.
About Antin Infrastructure Partners
Antin is a leading independent European private equity firm focused on infrastructure investments. Based in Paris and London with eight partners and a total of 52 professionals, Antin manages two funds that invest in infrastructure in Europe and target controlling stakes for investments in the energy and environment, telecommunication, transportation and social infrastructure sectors.