Co-Founder and President
Mr. Anthony Ferrari is Co-Founder and President of CRIMSON Asset Management Ltd.
Mr. Ferrari is a member of the Advisory Board for the Golub Center for Finance and Policy (GCFP) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the current Chair of the Advisory Board at Cornell University’s CPIP, one of the leading infrastructure investment-focused academic centers in the world. He is also a recent Visiting Scholar at Stanford University.
Prior to co-founding CRIMSON, Mr. Ferrari was most recently the CEO of Crimson Infrastructure, a boutique infrastructure investment advisory firm that works closely with C-level executives at leading infrastructure funds and companies based in North America and globally in identifying and securing infrastructure M&A investment opportunities.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Ferrari was a Partner at Burgundy Asset Management where he worked as a Business Development Associate and later an Investment Analyst at Burgundy Asset Management, and was the first employee of the firm to work in Business Development, Investment Research and Client Servicing. He also sat on the firm’s Management Committee and was involved in a number of strategic initiatives.
Mr. Ferrari has extensive experience in politics and government. His experience includes, in part, working as a Communications Advisor to a G-7 Summit of World Leaders; on Parliament Hill in Ottawa as a Political Aide to the Hon. Sergio Marchi (former Canadian Federal Cabinet Minister) and an Intern to the Hon. Jean Chretien (former Canadian Prime Minister), as well as an Intern to Nicholas Brown (former UK Cabinet Minister) at Westminster in London, UK and on Capitol Hill in Washington DC for the Hon. Jack Buechner, US House of Representatives.
Mr. Ferrari has completed the Executive Program in Artificial Intelligence at the Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and has a MBA from the Ivey School of Business at Western University, MPA from the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University, MSc from the London School of Economics (LSE) and a BA from School of Journalism at Carleton. During his undergraduate studies, Anthony also studied at Harvard University and Georgetown University.
Mr. Ferrari was formerly on the Advisory Council for the Lawrence Centre for Policy and Management at the Ivey Business School, a Member of the National Council for Public Private Partnerships (NCPPP) in Washington, DC, as well as formerly on the Board of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs (CIIA), the Canadian equivalent of the Council of Foreign Relations.