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Nuria Haltiwanger

Chief Executive Officer
ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc. & ACS Infrastructure Canada Inc.

Nuria Haltiwanger is the Chief Executive Officer for ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc. and its Canadian sister company, ACS Infrastructure Canada Inc., the wholly-owned North American subsidiaries of Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras, S.A. (the concession/P3 and operations arm of ACS Group). Nuria has been with ACS Infrastructure since 2009, where she acted as General Counsel and Senior Vice President in North America, overseeing the legal and commercial risk assessment and management of the companies. In that role, she was actively involved in the commercial, financial and legal structuring and negotiation of the financing terms and conditions of the various projects in which ACS Infrastructure has participated. Her responsibilities also include corporate governance and compliance of the companies and their subsidiary concession companies, as well as oversight of the companies' corporate financings, equity recycling and merger and acquisition transactions. She has assisted ACS Infrastructure in its investment in infrastructure projects valued at more than US$9 billion across the U.S. and Canada since its introduction in North America six years ago. Since that time, ACS Infrastructure has been awarded eight (8) major projects, including I-595 Corridor Improvements in Florida, I-69 in Texas, the Pre-development Agreement for the Mid-Currituck Bridge in North Carolina, Nouvelle Autoroute 30 in Montreal, South Fraser Perimeter Road in British Columbia, Right Honourable Herb Gray Parkway (formally Windsor Essex Parkway) in Ontario, Northeast Anthony Henday Drive in Alberta and most recently, the Confederation Line (Ottawa Light Rail Transit) in Ottawa. Nuria is a member of the Board of Directors of ACS Infrastructure as well as each of the various subsidiaries executing the North American projects. Prior to joining ACS Infrastructure, Nuria worked in the New York office of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP as part of the Project Finance group, focusing on concession-based infrastructure, as well as energy (including renewable energy) projects. Her practice focused on the representation of developers, bank syndicates and equity investors in numerous project financing transactions, including ACS' Infrastructure's concession projects, as well as the financing of hydro-electric facilities, coal-fired and gas-fired power plants, liquid natural gas facilities, wind farms and ethanol facilities, as well as merger and acquisition transactions. Ms. Haltiwanger was born in Georgia and earned her Juris Doctorate at Georgetown University Law Center, and BAs in Economics, International Studies and Political Science from the University of Miami.

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