Chris Koski is the Global Head of Investment Strategy for Morgan Stanley Infrastructure. Chris joined Morgan Stanley in 2013 and has worked with the MSI team since December 2008. He works with the Morgan Stanley Infrastructure regional heads to provide a global perspective with respect to both new investments and the existing portfolio. Chris is responsible for the investment processes leading up to the investment committee process. He has over 22 years of experience, the last 11 years focused on infrastructure investing, including involvement in some of the most notable transactions in the industry such as an investment alongside Morgan Stanley Infrastructure in Chicago Parking Meters.
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley Infrastructure, Chris was Global Head of Infrastructure at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (“ADIA”). He joined ADIA in 2007 to set up its infrastructure investment capability, building an experienced team of people and a substantial portfolio of investments around the world, including Gatwick Airport in the U.K., Port of Brisbane in Australia and Intoll (Highway 407 in Canada). Prior to this, Chris was a senior member of the infrastructure team at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, where he also helped to build a large-scale infrastructure program from inception (notable investments included Anglian Water Group in the U.K.).
He worked previously in investment banking at RBC Capital Markets and in investment management at the Toronto Dominion Bank. Chris holds an MBA with high honors from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Commerce with distinction from the University of Toronto. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.