Gordon Bajnai joined Campbell Lutyens in 2017. He is Head of Global Infrastructure and a member of the Management Committee. He has been a member of the Campbell Lutyens Advisory Board since 2011.
Gordon is responsible for the development of the firm’s infrastructure capabilities globally and has advised on both primary and secondary mandates. Gordon remains Chairman of the firm’s Global Advisory Board.
Prior to joining Campbell Lutyens, Gordon was COO of Meridiam Infrastructure. Before this, he held roles as CEO of the Wallis Group, a major Hungarian diversified investment holding company, and as deputy CEO of CA IB Securities, a leading Hungarian investment bank. During his career, he also acted as Chairman of Budapest Airport and as advisor and director for Antin Infrastructure, Aegon Insurance and Raba plc. Gordon has also held a number of government posts in Hungary including serving as Prime Minister in 2009-2010. Prior to that he held positions as Government Commissioner of the National Development Agency, as Minister of Regional Development and later as Minister of Economy and National Development.
In addition to his role at Campbell Lutyens, Gordon serves on the investment committee of the European Fund for Strategic Investments, a major investment programme by the European Union. He is also a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, the Atlantic Council and the Advisory Board of the New Pact for Europe initiative, and was an adjunct professor of Columbia University.