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Jobs: Investment Manager – Renewable Energy, UK

My client is a leading developer, owner and operator of Energy from Waste facilities across Europe. This firm is backed by a major Private Equity fund and has become an international player within the Renewable energy space. It operates at the forefront of renewable energy investment here in the UK and has a very strong pipeline of deals. As part of a small, elite team you will be carrying out financial modelling and analysis for new investment projects. You will also be involved in bid negotiations and contract work as well as the management of current assets. This role presents a great chance for anyone looking to get into industry and work across the life cycle of an investment. The ideal candidate will have between 4–6 years of experience, an infrastructure or energy background and excellent financial modelling skills. You will need to be currently based in the UK with the right to work here. If you are interested in this opportunity then please send your CV to: henry.weston@one-search.co.uk

Project Finance for Infrastructure Projects in India

As India metropolis gets cramped for room, need for infrastructure development – road, bridges, industry parks, railroad is paramount. It will only grow as the GDP growth puts additional pressure on feeble Indian Infrastructure. Limited budgetary support is possible – the rest needs to come through an effective “recourse financing” more commonly – project finance. Lenders (banks/financial institutions) finance project based on credit profile of project and not that of the borrowing party and as the name recourse would suggest, borrower too has limited liability as security is confined to project assets only and not borrower’s balance sheet. Continue reading