LaGuardia Airport Is a Mess. An Engineer-Turned-Fund Manager Has a Fix

Man pulling luggage in airport terminal with jet taking through window.

Thierry Déau explains why he built Paris-based Meridiam.

May 26, 2019
Sree Vidya Bhaktavatsalam - Bloomberg

Thierry Déau’s engineering training in France led him early in his career to building government-funded infrastructure. But it was his entrepreneur father back home in Martinique who inspired him to strike out on his own in 2005. He started Paris-based Meridiam to finance, build, and manage long-term projects. Now, with €7 billion ($7.83 billion) in seven funds and nine offices across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and North America, Meridiam is playing a key role in high-profile projects such as the upgrade of New York’s LaGuardia Airport and a road tunnel under the Port of Miami. Déau describes Meridiam’s investment approach in an interview with Bloomberg Markets.



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