Peter has more than 20 years experience working on a variety of infrastructure projects. Within the Project Finance team of UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking he started in 1995 with a focus on PFI and infrastructure projects in Europe. He has been responsible for the structuring and arranging of several landmark transportation projects mainly in the railway sector as well as for financial advisory mandates for private and public clients. Starting in 1999 but more actively since 2003 he developed the project finance business in Turkey for UniCredit Group and built up a broad network to Turkish customers and authorities. He was in charge for the structuring and arranging of the privatizations of Istanbul Airport, Ankara Airport and Antalya Airport among others. As the recent deal highlights in 2013 Peter closed his Financial Advisory mandate for the Eurasia Road Tunnel Crossing in Istanbul, a landmark USD 1.2bn financing involving Multilaterals, ECAs, intl. and Turkish commercial banks. Furthermore Peter closed the refinancing of Mersin International Port using for the first time a corporate bond issue for an infrastructure concession based asset in Turkey. Since 2010 Peter is heading UniCredit’s cross border Infrastructure Turkey Team based in Istanbul and Munich. Beginning with 2014 the Munich part of the Infrastructure Turkey team has moved to the CEE Division of UniCredit Group headquartered in UniCredit Bank Austria AG, Vienna. Peter’s main focus is currently on the implementation of large Privatizations and Hospital PPPs in Turkey. The first of its kind, the Mersin PPP Hospital has been closed end of 2014 followed by the closings of the Bilkent PPP Hospital in May 2015 and in December 2015 the Etlik PPP Hospital, two of the world’s largest hospitals, where Peter acted as financial adviser to the sponsors. In parallel Peter was in charge of the Dalaman Airport financing where he advised the sponsor during the tender process followed by a Coordinating- and Structuring Bank role. Dalaman Airport was successfully closed in August 2015. Peter is a graduate of the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich with a degree in Business Administration. es & Institutions/Development