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21 - 23 September, 2021
InterContinental O2London

Jeffrey Altman
Senior Advisor at Finadvice AG


With 26+ years of accomplishments in the global energy/infrastructure sectors, Jeffrey has been proactively involved in regulated, liberalized and energy transition markets across the globe.  During this time he worked within five large US/European energy companies (holding and subsidiaries) successfully restructuring, acquiring/divesting companies and provided strategic planning/portfolio management that realized over $1.2B in stakeholder value, while saving higher value in recommendations not to proceed forward with moves into new markets and/or acquiring companies.  In addition, he has advised utilities, institutional investors, funds, industry associations, regulators and technology companies in Europe, North America and Asia.

Jeffrey was one of the founders of the EnviroTech Venture Capital Fund, (1994) capitalized at $52 million, and sat on its Advisory Board and Technical Liaison Committee, the first fund of its kind in the world.   Since this time, he has worked with innovative technology companies in the energy sector and is now launching an EnergyTech investment platform.

Jeffrey is also editor of two books: Managing Risk in Infrastructure Investments and Best Practice in Infrastructure Asset Management. In addition, he is the co-author of the White Paper on the “Development and Integration of Renewable Energy: Lessons Learned From Germany” and has authored several articles as well. Jeffrey has a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Science from the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown.

Agenda Sessions

  • Chair’s opening remarks

  • Chair’s closing remarks and End of Summit