Senior Industry Professionals
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Annesley is Executive Vice President and Global Head of OMERS Infrastructure. Her mandate includes the leadership and performance of the global Infrastructure team and portfolio which currently stands at $32 billion AUM, and over 30 investments, principally in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Annesley has deep expertise in investment strategy and execution, with over 15 years of experience leading mega projects, billion-dollar transactions, and complex organizations.
She first joined OMERS in 2012, where she played a key leadership role in the infrastructure investment team. For over six years, Annesley was responsible for delivering strong annual returns for OMERS Infrastructure Americas. In this role, she led the investment in Bruce Power, OMERS largest private investment to date.
More recently, Annesley also served as Chief Pension Officer, overseeing front-line service to OMERS 500,000 pension plan members.
Annesley holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science in Mechanical and Materials Engineering from Queen's University, as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University. She is also a registered Professional Engineer in Ontario and a former recipient of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40. Annesley currently serves on the Boards of Bruce Power and the Toronto Region Board of Trade.
Kunal Agarwal, Principal
I Squared Capital, Singapore
Kunal is a Principal at I Squared Capital, an independent multi-billion dollar global infrastructure investment company with over 150 professionals based in Miami, London, Delhi, Singapore and Hong Kong. The company specializes in infrastructure investments with over $34 billion of assets under management in the energy, utilities, transport and digital infrastructure sectors in the U.S., Europe and select high-growth economies including China, India and Latin America.
Kunal has more than 12 years of financial services and investing experience and has worked on multiple investment opportunities across various infrastructure sectors such as Roads and Highways, Renewable Energy, Digital infrastructure and data centers, Power Transmission, Midstream, Airports and Ports across the Asia Pac region.
Previously, Kunal was with Barclays Capital as an Equity Research Associate covering the Indian Telecom and Equity Strategy sectors. Kunal holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management (MBA) from Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Calcutta. He is also a CFA (USA) charter holder. Earlier, he completed his under-graduation from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore with a Major in Computer Engineering and a Minor in Business Studies.
Rahul is a Director in the Actis Energy Infrastructure Asia team in the Singapore office.
He joined Actis in 2012 and has been involved in all Actis’ renewable investments in Asia, from deal origination to exits. The main deals he has been involved in, in the Indian renewables sector, are Ostro Energy and Sprng Energy and he is currently a board member of Sprng Energy.
Rahul has been leading origination and execution activities for the SE Asia region for the last four years and is now solely focused on this region for all energy-related investments from the Actis funds.
Rahul has total of 17 years of investment experience, of which 15 years have been in the infrastructure private equity and investment banking space. Prior to joining Actis, Rahul worked with ICICI Venture as an Associate Vice President in their infrastructure private equity team and previously with a mezzanine fund of IL&FS.
Rahul holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from BIT, Bhilai, Masters in Management from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, and an MBA from INSEAD in France.
Deepali Bahl is a Managing Director at Augment Infrastructure with 20+ years of infrastructure and private equity investment experience. Previously, she was Head (2019-21) and Principal (since 2013) at the IFC Asset Management Company’s Global Infrastructure Fund based in Washington DC and Singapore. Prior to that, she spent 15 years with PineBridge Investments (formerly AIG Global Investments) in Hong Kong including as Managing Director at the time of her departure, and 3 years with Peregrine Capital’s M&A team. Deepali has served on the board of the Global Infrastructure Investor Association (2019-21). She has an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and a Bachelor of Commerce from Sydenham College, Mumbai.
Projesh Banerjea joined KKR in 2022 and is a member of the Asia Pacific Infrastructure team. Prior to joining KKR, Mr. Banerjea spent ten years at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), where he was responsible for investing across the transport, energy, and digital infrastructure sectors globally, with a focus on Asia. While at ADIA, Mr. Banerjea was also appointed as a director on the boards of Renew Energy Global, Cube Highways, EdgePoint Infrastructure, and the Anglian Water Group. Before ADIA, Mr. Banerjea worked at Macquarie Capital in London and J.P. Morgan in New York. Mr. Banerjea holds an MBA from the University of Oxford, an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics, where he attended as a Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholar, and a BA in Mathematics and Economics from DePauw University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude.
Jan Brand joined Ontario Teachers’ in 2015 and is a member of its Infrastructure & Natural Resources team. He helps manage Ontario Teachers' investments across the Asia-Pacific region, including Spark Infrastructure and the Sydney Desalination Plant in Australia. He has worked on the group’s acquisitions of Spark Infrastructure in 2021, Enwave Energy Corporation in 2021, the National Investment & Infrastructure Fund in 2019, and Atlantic Aqua Farms in 2017. Jan sits on the boards of directors of both TransGrid and the Sydney Desalination Plant.
Jan holds a Masters in Financial Economics from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management as well as a joint Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance from McGill University
Rachanee Chanawatr is an Asia-Pacific principal investment officer at International Financial Corporation (IFC), an institute under World Bank Group, working in early-stage engagements with private sector to create development and investment projects in manufacturing, agribusiness, and services (healthcare, education, tourism, retail and property) industries. Rachanee has been actively working on electric mobility ecosystem across multiple Asia-Pacific countries, particularly in commercial transport.
Prior to joining IFC, she has 20 years of experience in strategy and operations management consultancy in consumer business, logistics and healthcare in Southeast Asia working with multinational and regional companies. She held leadership roles as Digital Enterprise Services lead at Microsoft, Managing Director (partner) at Accenture as ASEAN Retail lead, Senior Business Development Director at Deutsche Post DHL Supply Chain, General Manager at Li and Fung Group, and Senior Manager at Deloitte and PwC. She is a graduate with a Master of Business Administration from The Pennsylvania State University.
Wilson Chung is a Principal at DigitalBridge Investment Management. Mr. Chung is based in Singapore and focuses on identifying and evaluating Asia Pacific digital infrastructure investment and partnership opportunities.
Prior to joining DigitalBridge, Mr. Chung was most recently a Senior Vice President in the infrastructure principal investments team at Macquarie Capital. He led Macquarie’s balance sheet investments in digital infrastructure in Asia, with a focus on building platforms and developing greenfield datacenters and other digital infrastructure assets. Prior to that role, Mr. Chung worked in Macquarie Capital’s private capital markets team where he focused on principal investments and advisory mandates across the consumer and technology sectors in Asia. Before joining Macquarie Capital, Mr. Chung held various roles including CFO of a fiber development platform and vice president at a regional private equity fund.
Mr Devarshi Das is the CEO, Infrastructure at Keppel Capital, which is the asset management platform of Keppel Group. Keppel Capital manages over SGD30 billion of AUM across key global markets in the real estate, infrastructure and data centre asset classes.
Mr. Das has more than twenty (20) years of infrastructure private equity, principal investment and financial services experience. Prior to Keppel Capital, Mr. Das was the CEO of CapAsia, which is an infrastructure equity fund manager specializing in mid-market energy and infrastructure companies and assets in emerging Asia. Over a tenure of twelve (12) years in CapAsia, he was involved in all aspects of fund management of multiple funds. He was also on the board of various portfolio companies representing the power, renewable energy, transportation and telecommunications sectors.
Prior to CapAsia, Mr. Das was involved in structured finance solutions for Asian infrastructure assets and in principal investments in the U.S. He worked in the U.S. energy industry for Enron Energy Services as an asset investment manager and for Sempra Energy Solutions in investments into their contracted energy assets.
Mr. Das holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a B. Tech in Civil Engineering from IIT Delhi.
Vinod has over 18 years of experience across investments, strategy and management consulting and project finance. Vinod has made investments across varied sectors across early stage, growth stage and platform deals. He is amongst the few investment professionals in the Indian private equity infrastructure investments landscape with full investment cycle experience.
He joined NIIF in early 2017 and is currently the Managing Partner for NIIF Master Fund. In his current role, Vinod is responsible for the overall investment strategy including setting up sectoral platforms and forging relationships with strategic operators, portfolio management and stakeholder management.
Prior to NIIF, Vinod spent 13 years with IDFC Alternatives. During his tenure, he evaluated and invested in companies across sectors including oil and gas value chain, transportation value chain, logistics, real estate, education, consumption and agri value chain. Some of the marquee deals he handled include Gujarat State Petronet Limited (GSPL), L&T Infrastructure Development Projects Limited (L&TIDPL), Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited (GPPL) and few city gas distribution companies. At IDFC, Vinod served on Boards of investee companies, helping with interventions in strategic directions, strengthening management team, assisting investee companies with access to regulators, business development and others. Vinod was also instrumental in consummating exits of investee companies through various routes - IPO, sale to strategic investors, sale to financial investors and promoter buybacks.
Prior to joining the IDFC Alternatives, Vinod worked with the infrastructure advisory vertical of Credit Analysis & Research Limited (CARE), a credit rating agency. At CARE, Vinod was involved with various advisory assignments for Ministry of Power, Disinvestment Commission (Department of Disinvestment) and various central/state PSUs including Concor, Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL), Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) Group, Power Finance Corporation (PFC) and Rural Electrification Corporation (REC).
Prior to CARE, Vinod had a short stint with Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), in their project finance division.
Vinod holds a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering degree from Sardar Patel College of Engineering (SPCE), Mumbai and has done his Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai.
Partner and Head of Core Infrastructure Funds
MORRISON & CO
Gordon is the portfolio manager of the Morrison & Co Infrastructure Partnership (MCO IP) and Utilities Trust of Australia (UTA), with lead accountability for both funds. Gordon is a member of the Asset Management Committee and Valuation Committee.
He is a senior infrastructure professional with experience spanning investment management, corporate governance and advisory in renewable and conventional energy, regulated utilities, transport and data infrastructure.
Prior to joining Morrison & Co, Gordon was a Principal in the Queensland Investment Corporation’s (QIC) Global Infrastructure business, where he led the Energy & Utilities investment team.
Gordon is a director of TransGrid.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Product Design Engineering from the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art and an MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
Sajal Kishore is a Managing Director at Fitch Ratings in Singapore.
Sajal heads Fitch’s Infrastructure & Project Finance ratings coverage across the Asia-Pacific. Sajal’s team is responsible for credit ratings for issuers including owners of airports, toll roads, ports, rail infrastructure, power plants, oil and gas facilities, renewable assets or Public Private Partnership.
Sajal joined Fitch in Sydney in 2007 and was previously the Head of Energy & Utility ratings for South & South-East Asia. Prior to joining Fitch, Sajal has worked in relationship management and credit roles with various commercial banks including the ANZ Banking Group in Sydney, HSBC in India and others. Sajal has 20 years’ experience covering ratings, research and advising and managing corporate customers across a diverse range of industries and sectors.
Sajal holds a MBA from Melbourne Business School and a MA in Economics from Delhi School of Economics.
Pushkar Kulkarni is an Electronics Engineer from VJTI with an MBA from JBIMS, Mumbai. Before joining CPPIB, Pushkar served as the Managing Director of Serco in India with a board position. Prior to Serco Pushkar worked for 12+ years as the CEO of an Infrastructure Technology company, Efkon the Indian subsidiary of Strabag, a European Construction & Infrastructure conglomerate. He has represented India at the International Standards Org (ISO) on several technical committees responsible for communication standards in road & transport infrastructure.
Pushkar has over 2 decades of experience in Infrastructure covering Technology to Operations and Investing. He has led several M&A transactions across his assignments as also worked on several marquee Infrastructure projects including:
1. Bandra – Worli Sea Link
2. Yamuna Expressway
3. Nationwide FastTag system
Pushkar founded the CPP Investments Infrastructure practice back in 2015 and since has led several investments including:
4. IDPL JV with Larsen & Toubro
5. IndInfravit IPO, India’s first Private Listed InvIT
6. PGCIL InvIT IPO
7. NHAI InvIT IPO
John Lee is the CEO/ Managing Director of Infracrowd Capital Ptd Ltd, which is a licensed fund management company in Singapore. John draws his experience and deep network from having worked in PricewaterhouseCoopers since 1997 across multiple geographies including Asia, Europe and the United States.
John worked in London, New York/Washington DC & Kuala Lumpur for more than 10 years before he started the Infrastructure & Projects Advisory practice in Singapore as a Centre of Excellence for South-East Asia & China.
John participates actively in the Singapore tech scene and he sits on board numerous Advisory Boards. He is a frequent speaker in events on topics of Sustainability investments, technology and infrastructure.
John holds a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and is qualified as a Chartered Accountant in the UK and a Chartered Valuer & Appraiser.
Jay is a Co-founder and Partner at Evolution Environmental Asset Management LP (EEAM), a US based cutting-edge manager at the intersection of traditional investment funds and environmental markets. He heads global project development and is a co-portfolio manager with more than 20 year’s experience investing in and developing climate mitigation projects and portfolios in over 30 countries. He’s developed or transacted 150+ clean energy and climate mitigation projects for leading energy companies and financial institutions, as well as Greenhouse Gas reduction methodology development and technical/financial expertise across industries including power, transport, oil and gas, iron and steel, cement, mining, waste management, forestry and agribusiness.
Rasika is the ESG leader for GHD Advisory and has delivered outcomes across several ESG areas for almost two decades, including social and environmental risk mitigation, climate change, modern slavery and human rights issues, sustainable supply chains, and decarbonisation.
Rasika brings experience in the sustainability, banking and financial services, infrastructure, information technology, resources, FMCG, and international development sectors across ANZ, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, and First Nation communities across the private, government, and social sectors.
Rasika integrates sustainability into business strategy and transformation, governance, operating models, and program design. She is an avid believer in multidisciplinary and systems-based approaches required to achieve ESG and sustainability outcomes.
At GHD Advisory, Rasika and her team support infrastructure investors, asset owners and corporate clients with ESG due diligence in transaction situations, ESG risk and opportunity identification and management, ESG strategy implementation, and techno-commercial analysis to realise ESG outcomes.
Ahmed Mubashir is a Director in the Infrastructure & Renewables Resources group and heads infrastructure investing in Europe and Asia for AIMCo. Ahmed joined AIMCo in a direct investment role in 2011 and brings a wealth of experience in the energy and finance sectors. Ahmed has led transactions in the midstream, utilities and renewable energy sectors and serves on multiple investee company boards. He also represents AIMCo on the Advisory Committee for sustainable infrastructure at the G7 Investor Leadership Network.
Ahmed holds an MBA from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering from McGill University. Ahmed’s work experience prior to joining AIMCo includes working as a field engineer at Schlumberger and short stints in Investment banking and financial advisory at Morgan Stanley and Deloitte, respectively. He is a registered professional engineer (non-practising) with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and is a CFA Charterholder.
Mr. Raghuram Natarajan is the CEO of Blueleaf Energy in July 2021. Based in Singapore, Mr. Natarajan will spearhead Blueleaf Energy’s expansion plans in the Asia-Pacific region and lead its rapidly growing team. Mr. Natarajan brings 15 years of senior leadership experience in wind, solar and battery storage solutions across the Asia-Pacific region. In his previous positions as APAC CEO with Juwi and Mainstream Renewable Power, Mr. Natarajan managed the development of over 5 GW of renewable energy projects and delivered close to 2 GW of solar and wind projects into commercial operation and long-term asset management.
Mihir Nerurkar is a Managing Director and Operating Partner in Brookfield’s Infrastructure group for India. In this role, he oversees operations of all infrastructure assets and overall performance of Brookfield’s infrastructure portfolio companies in India.
Mihir joined Brookfield in 2018 and brings to this role over 20 years of experience across financial services, real estate and infrastructure sectors. He began his career as a management consultant with Deloitte Consulting in New York. He subsequently held roles as chief operating officer and senior director of areal estate firm, as well as served as an advisory board member of a boutique investment bank.
Mihir holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Pune University in India and a Masters from Syracuse University.
General Manager, India, Princeton Digital Group (PDG)
Vipin is known to have build teams to lead fast growing businesses in dynamic environment. With over 10 years of deep experience in the DC industry he has worked in senior leadership positions driving exceptional growth by working closely with the global hyper scalers and internet companies. Prior to this Vipin has worked for The Tata Group, Bharti Airtel and American Express. As a versatile business leader, he has worked over 15 years across Sales, Marketing, Product, Solutions and Strategy in varied industries like Data Center, Mobile Internet, Credit Card, Equity Research and Enterprise Telecom.
He holds a Master’s in Management from Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC) and a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from VJTI, Mumbai.
Shiv is Head of Project Finance for MUFG Bank in Asia. The project finance department originates, structures and arranges liquidity for limited and non-recourse financing solutions across energy and infrastructure markets in the region. Shiv has over 20 years banking experience including 12 years in Asia Pacific covering energy and infrastructure markets and 10 years in Europe.
Shiv has been with MUFG for 3 years, heading the Asia Pacific Energy & Resources Sector Coverage team prior to taking his current position in June this year. Before MUFG he spent 9 years with ING Bank’s Energy Project Finance team covering Asia Pacific and 10 years in Europe in various banking roles at Lloyds Capital Markets and HSBC (including 6 years in private equity backed leveraged finance).
Shiv is also a member of the Industry Advisory Panel supporting the development of a Sustainable Finance Taxonomy for ASEAN.
Sharad leads the Infrastructure & Project Finance practice of KPMG Corporate Finance based in Singapore.
Sharad leads the Infrastructure practice of KPMG in Singapore and has over 20 years of experience in power including renewable energy, water, waste to energy, transport, broadband and urban / industrial infrastructure with focus on Project Finance. His skill set includes bid advisory, business planning, financial modeling, contract structuring, regulatory advisory, risk mitigation, project appraisal and fund syndication.
Sharad has been advising various government and private sector clients in the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa. He was previous with Enron and worked on power , transport and LNG projects in South Asia. He has worked on infrastructure projects in Singapore, Myanmar, Vietnam, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa. He has also advised clients on gas regulations and transportation issues in the SE Asian market. Sharad’s main thrust has been on privatization advisory, PPP structuring, transaction process management, contract structuring and arranging financing for Water & waste, power, and info comm projects in the region.
Dr. Valerie Speth is the Co-Lead APAC for the Climate Infrastructure Group which invests and manages investments and portfolio companies of the Global Renewable Power Fund 3 (4.8 Billion USD) and the Climate Finance Partnership (673 Mio. USD). As a qualified mechanical engineer, she brings more than 15 years’ of experience in the renewable power sector in Europe and APAC. Prior to joining BlackRock, she was the CEO of a global wind and solar developer for APAC and hold senior leadership positions in strategy, M&A and portfolio management. Valerie was placed in the “Top 40 under 40” in 2019, 2020 and 2021 by the Capital business magazine in Germany.
Valerie holds an engineering diploma from University of Stuttgart, a Master of Engineering Management as a Fulbright Scholar from Duke University, a PhD in Business from St. Gallen University, a Personal Leadership Certificate from Stanford Graduate School of Business and an International Director Certificate from INSEAD.
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Chee Wee implements ESG standards in Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) private sector investments, including FIs’ on-lending facilities, private equity funds and capital market transactions. Previously, he worked on portfolio climate risk, ESG ratings, wealth sustainable investing, responsible financing (safeguards) policy, labelled sustainable bonds, corporate sustainability strategy, investors’ relationships, and sustainability reporting. Prior banking, he worked a decade in a global audit & consulting firm. Together with the team, he managed sustainability-related advisory and assurance engagements across Asia Pacific
Shivanshu Thaplyal – Partner, Energy, Infrastructure & Resources, Khaitan & Co
Shivanshu Thaplyal is a Partner in the Energy, Infrastructure & Resources practice. He focuses on the Power (both conventional and non-conventional), Transport, Urban Infrastructure, Ports and Mining sectors, with a specialisation in handling PPP projects. He actively advises on the bidding of infrastructure projects and procurement laws in India. Shivanshu also has significant experience in corporate transactions and has represented a number of clients in domestic and transnational mergers and acquisitions, takeovers and joint ventures and corporate structuring transactions.
Kok Leong Toh is part of Partners Group's Asian Private Infrastructure business unit, based in Singapore. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the firm's portfolio company Green Island Renewable Power. He has been with partners Group since 2011 and has 13 years of industry experience. Prior to joining Partners Group, he worked at CIMB Bank where he is part of the Investment Banking large corporate coverage team based in Singapore. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Singapore Management University and an executive master in finance from Insead, France.
Jason is Market Leader for Asia at GHD Advisory and has been involved in infrastructure development across the Asia-Pacific region for almost two decades. Jason has led numerous infrastructure advisory engagements covering energy, water, resources, industrial and transportation sectors. He has extensive experience advising both government and private sector clients across the project life cycle, from origination through to procurement, implementation and performance improvement.
More recently, Jason has been focusing on helping utilities transition their existing businesses towards green energy options, providing technical and environmental due diligence on both green and brownfield renewable energy developments, as well as advising on the feasibility of augmenting transportation systems. He is passionate about the role infrastructure plays in economic development and the need to plan and design infrastructure for an increasingly resilient future.
Prior to his infrastructure advisory roles, Jason worked as an economist at the Australian Energy Regulator, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, and the Australian Federal Treasury. He holds a Master of Commerce in Finance and a Bachelor of Agricultural Economics from the University of Sydney, Australia. He also has a Master of Public Policy from the Australian National University.
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Edward Winter, Managing Director, Global Infrastructure - Energy & Power, BlackRock
Edward Winter, Managing Director, joined the BlackRock Global Infrastructure Funds team ("BGIF") in 2018. The BGIF team manages approximately $9 billion in capital commitments across three vintages. BGIF invests globally in essential contracted infrastructure assets and businesses by capitalizing on the long-term trends of decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization. The BGIF team has created over 40 portfolio companies across the globe for the Funds and includes over 60 investment professionals who are located in Greenwich (Connecticut), London, Singapore, Houston and Mexico City. The BGIF team joined BlackRock in 2017 from First Reserve, a private equity firm that was founded in 1983 and created the BGIF infrastructure platform in 2008. The BGIF team raised the first two vintages while at First Reserve.
His responsibilities include investment origination, execution, monitoring and exit strategy. At BGIF, Mr. Winter has led investments in Calisen, Medgaz, Kellas Midstream and ADNOC Oil Pipelines. Prior to joining BGIF, Mr. Winter was a Managing Director with Macquarie Group's Macquarie Capital, most recently in their London office, where he was leading Macquarie Capital's European conventional energy business as part of the Energy & Infrastructure Group. Prior to this, Mr. Winter was also Co-head of Macquarie Capital's Resources Infrastructure business. Mr. Winter graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance and from INSEAD with a Masters of Finance.
Enrico Zini is a Managing Director in the Singapore office of Nomura Greentech. Since joining Greentech in 2012, Enrico has been heavily involved in several asset transactions, mainly within the wind and solar sectors, as well as across the wind and solar value chains and infrastructure asset class in general. Prior to Greentech, he worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the M&A team.
- Advised Nomura on its 41% acquisition of New Forests
- Advised Mitsui on its €575m investment in Mainstream Renewable Power
- Advised Reden on its sale to a Macquarie-led consortium including BCI and MEAG
- Advised Dhamma Energy on its sale to Eni gas e luce
- Advised Ideol on its sale to BW Offshore
- Advised FSN Capital on its acquisition of a minority stake in Obton Group
- Advised Amundi in structuring its JV with Sonnedix
- Advised a run-up bidder on the potential acquisition of Brookfield’s Irish and Scottish platform
- Advised a run-up bidder on the potential acquisition of Mainstream Renewable Power
- Advised Unicredit on the sale of Ocean Breeze Energy, owner of BARD Offshore 1, to MIRA
- Advised Origis on the sale of a 40+ MW solar PV portfolio to ForVEI II
- Advised Sowitec on its staged sale to Vestas
- Advised Solarpark on its Initial Public Offering
- Advised Equinor on its acquisition of a ~10% stake in Scatec Solar
- Advised SolaireDirect on its sale to Engie
- Advised KK Wind Solutions on its sale to Solix