Clay McCoy is a Director within Solomon Partners’s Infrastructure Group and joined the firm in 2016.
Clay joins Solomon Partners from RBC Capital Markets, where he most recently held the position of Vice President and spent over 3 years in the Infrastructure Group in New York.
Clay has advised clients in buy-side, sell-side, and financing roles, including a variety of high-profile brownfield M&A and Public Private Partnership (P3) transactions in the United States.
Recent transactions include advising Borealis Infrastructure, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan on their $2.9 billion acquisition of the Chicago Skyway Toll Bridge, advising Autopistas Metropolitanas de Puerto Rico on their refinancing, and advising Macquarie Infrastructure Partners on their acquisition of a 50% interest in NYK Lines’ U.S. port terminal operations. Recent P3 transactions include advising bidders on both the I-4 Ultimate and Pennsylvania Rapid Bridge Replacement projects.
Prior to joining RBC, Clay was an analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and in the assurance practice at Ernst & Young.
Clay received his B.A. degree in Economics & Commerce and Psychology from Hampden-Sydney College and Master of Science in Accountancy from Wake Forest University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Served as exclusive buyside advisor on the Acquisition of Hawthorne Global Aviation Services
Served as financial advisor to Oaktree Transportation Infrastructure Fund on its sale of its majority stake in Ports America
Served as financial advisor to Ridgewood Infrastructure on its investment into Environmental Infrastructure Partners
Served as financial advisor to GCM Grosvenor on its sale of a minority stake in the I-77 Express Lanes P3 project
Advised Ports America Group on debt refinancing for $1.3 billion
Served as financial advisor to Grupo Argos in its sale of a 50% stake in Compañía de Puertos Asociados S.A.