Nina Dohr-Pawlowitz is Chief Executive Officer and sole shareholder of DC Placement Advisors (DCPLA), a leading advisory and global placement agent firm, which recently held its 10th anniversary in 2018. DCPLA is an unparalleled pioneer in raising infrastructure funds who gave its debut in 2012 when infra fundraising was still in its infancy and since then she has been very successful in placing funds across all related asset classes, spanning from global equity and debt to European renewable energy.
For the past thirteen years Nina and her team have spearheaded advisory and fund placement for numerous top tier infrastructure managers such as AMP Capital, Alinda, Schroders, Natixis, Investec, Swiss Life and Aviva. Across all European and selected pan-Asian regions the DCPLA distribution group led by Nina was instrumental in raising capital in excess of 5.5bnEUR which makes her one of the very rare female executive leaders in the infrastructure placement business. Her exceptional infrastructure experience and excellent track record in the industry make her a pioneer in global infrastructure capital raising. In September 2019, DC Placement Advisors was recognized in Infrastructure Investor’s Rainmaker 20 top list, among others like AMP Capital, GIP, BlackRock, Antin, I Squared, EQT.
In addition to that, Nina has raised capital for a variety of top-tier funds focused on areas such as real assets (renewables), private equity and private debt. During this time, she managed and successfully concluded cutting-edge pan-European fundraising campaigns for DCPLA’s prestigious clients.
In 2016, Nina has co-founded the finTech firm advinda Investor cloud, an innovative technology company and investor intelligence service, which supports the industry with an international team of software innovators, researchers, and fundraising experts to revolutionize how the global alternative investment industry raises capital.
During her 31-year career, Nina has held a number of strategic leadership positions in the fields of marketing, sales and business development at various major global companies including Siemens and the Canadian Thomson Group. Nina has a degree in business administration and economics from Kempten University of Applied Sciences, Germany. She speaks German and English.