Henri Piganeau, Managing Partner, Cube Infrastructure
Henri Piganeau is Managing Partner at Cube Infrastructure, a €1.1 bn fund dedicated to majority investments in brownfield infrastructure companies across Europe; he is notably in charge of the development of the telecom platform since joining Cube in 2007.
Henri has over 26 years of infrastructure project management and investment experience in concession projects, including over 10 years in the Telecom industry at Vivendi, where he developed and managed numerous concession projects, particularly in Hungary, Morocco and Spain. He notably served as CEO in Budapest for three Vivendi’s subsidiaries representing 1,200 employees servicing more than 450,000 clients and in Madrid, as deputy CEO of Xfera (today renamed Yoigo), the 4th Mobile Telecom Operator.
Henri’s extensive infrastructure experience also includes a €2.7 billion project he lead as Deputy General Manager of Engineering & Architecture at Aéroports de Paris, several major concession projects (Millau Bridge, A41, A86 tunnel, etc.) as CEO at SETEC and prior to that as General Manager of the industrial division of Spie Batignolles Group, as well as the infrastructure program of the 1992 Winter Olympic Games in Albertville for the Ministry of Transportation and the County of Savoie.
Henri is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (X79) and of Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (Corps) and has a M.Sc. from Berkeley, USA.