Surender Singh has about 25 years’ experience in infrastructure development, financing and restructuring and banking at InfraCo Asia, AES, Merrill Lynch and Industrial Development Bank of India.
Previously Mr Singh was with AES Corporation, a global power company, from 1999 to 2008 and was based in South and South East Asia, the Middle East and China. His last assignment was as Managing Director for Business Development based in Singapore during which time he originated the 1,200 MW Mong Duong project in Vietnam. From 2003 to 2005 he was the VP and Director of AES China Generating Co. where he successfully led the financial and operational restructuring of seven power plants with an aggregate capacity of over 2,400 MW. Prior to that he led the development and financial closing of a 427 MW /30 MGD power and water project in Oman and restructured a 420 MW coal power project in India as its Managing Director.
Prior to AES, Mr Singh was a Vice President at DSP Merrill Lynch in India heading its power, oil & gas and telecom practices, successfully originating and completing several transactions. Before that he was with Industrial Development Bank of India and worked on a number of project and corporate finance transactions.
He holds a Master of Business Administration from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad and Bachelor of Science from Kurukhsetra University in India. He also attended the senior management program at Darden School, University of Virginia, USA.
Matthew Bartley has over 20 years’ experience in the development, financing, construction, acquisition and sale of infrastructure projects.
Previously Mr Bartley was with global power company, AES Corporation, from 1997 to 2011 and was responsible for the completion of several key transactions in Asia, Australia, Middle East, Europe and USA. As Managing Director of Development in Singapore, he led the successful completion of the acquisition and financing of the 600 MW Masinloc Power Project (Philippines) and the sale of AES’s interests in 1,900 MW of power generation and 60 MIGD of water desalination projects in Oman, Qatar and Pakistan. Prior to Singapore, Matthew led the development and financing of a 670 MW power project in Eastern Europe and the restructuring and refinancing of a 180 MW power plant in Hawaii. Matthew was a key member of the teams in Australia that acquired and financed 950 MW of gas fired power plants and developed and financed a 288 MW peaking plant. Prior to AES, he worked at Australian petroleum company Santos Ltd. and the Australian gas utility Allgas Energy.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from the Queensland University of Technology and graduated with honors in 1988. He also attended the senior management program at Darden School, University of Virginia, USA.
A. Srinivas Rao (Srini) brings over 32 years of experience in global power projects in Project Development & Financing, Engineering & Construction and Operations at AES, CESC, Reliance Power and NTPC.
Previously Srini worked 15 years with AES, a global power company, in various positions including Managing Director Engineering and Construction (Asia & Middle East). Srini worked in India, Sri Lanka, South East Asia, Australia and Middle East Markets in AES and was responsible for operational turnaround of OPGC and completion of East Amman Project construction on time and under budget.His last assignment with AES was Country Manager, India where he successfully led development and achieved Financial Closure of the 1320 MW coal based platform expansion project with 2 captive coal mines and took the project into construction.
Earlier, he held the position of President of New Business at CESC Ltd, India. Previous experience also includes, as General Manager (Commercial) with Reliance Power, developing and financing captive power projects and IPPs in India. He started his carrier with NTPC – the largest Power Generating Company of India.
A. Srinivas Rao has a Bachelor of Technology from College of Engineering, Anantapur, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. He also attended the senior management program at Darden School, University of Virginia, USA.
Enamul Latifi has 17 years of experience in the development, financing, construction, operation and acquisition of power projects in many countries in Asia. He has also worked and lived in a number of countries in South and South East Asia including Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.
Enamul led the development and financing of two wind power projects, each a 50 MW, in Pakistan for InfraCo Asia, a donor funded infrastructure development company previously managed by Nexif. Enamul earlier worked at the AES Corporation, a global power company head quartered in the USA, for 12 years. While at AES, Enamul led the development and financing of a 40 MW Wind Project in Gujarat, India and played key roles in the development of the 1,200 MW Mong Dong Power Plant in Vietnam, and the 360 MW Haripur & 450 MW Meghnaghat combined cycle power projects in Bangladesh. He was also instrumental in achieving project completion for the 163 MW combined cycle power project in Sri Lanka.
Enamul holds a Master of Business Administration from St Cloud State University, MN, USA and from Institute of Business Administration, Bangladesh, and a Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology. He also attended a number of management programs at Darden School, University of Virginia, USA and at Harvard Business School.
Ravi Chandran has over 25 years’ experience in the development, financing, construction and operation of power and desalination projects in Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Middle East.
Previously with AES Corporation from January 1999 to November 2011, a global power company, Ravi was a Director, Business Development in India. Prior to India, Ravi was based in Hanoi and as President & CEO of AES Vietnam, he led the successful development of the 1,200 MW Mong Duong coal fired power project, which is the largest coal fired independent power project in the country to be successfully financed on a limited recourse basis. While based in Colombo, Mr. Chandran led the successful development and financing of the 165 MW AES Kelanitissa, the first private power project in Sri Lanka.
Mr. Chandran holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the Nagpur University, India and graduated with honors in 1989. Mr. Chandran also holds a diploma in financial management from Annamalai University, Chennai, India.
Su Lin brings over 15 years of experience in global energy and infrastructure development, investment, financing, operations and restructuring.
Most recently, Su Lin led various capital raising and partnership/acquisition initiatives for SunEdison, primarily in Asia-Pacific and South Africa. Prior to that, she was part of AES Solar’s management team (an AES Corporation-Riverstone Holdings joint-venture). As a Vice President and the Head of International Development, she spearheaded non-US development and financing efforts for the platform, in addition to co-managing the 250+MW in-construction/operating portfolio spread over 6 countries (Europe and India).
Previous experience include – developing and financing power projects largely in Europe and Africa as well as pursuing acquisitions globally for the AES Corporation (Arlington, VA and London); recovering non performing investments for the International Finance Corporation (Washington, DC); and investment banking with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette’s Power and Energy Group (New York).
Su Lin has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College in Economics and International Relations.
Eugene Seow is the Director, Finance for Nexif.
Mr. Seow has more than 16 years of experience in financial accounting and auditing. From October 2010 to October 2012, Mr. Seow was the Chief Financial Officer of Wuqi Axle Co., Ltd, a PRC Group, which is the second largest manufacturer of axle housings for medium and heavy duty trucks in the PRC aftermarket and the construction machinery OEM market.
From July 2009 to September 2010, Mr. Seow was the Head of Finance and Group Financial Controller for Dynamic Colours Limited, a company that is listed on Stock Exchange of Singapore and operates in resin compounding and polyethylene packaging. He was responsible for the overall control of the Group’s accounting, finance and corporate matters.
From May 2004 to June 2009, he worked for Teambuild Construction Pte Ltd, a construction and property development company as a Group Financial Controller. From November 1999 to April 2004, he was an auditor in KPMG, Singapore and BDO International, Singapore.
Mr. Seow holds a Bachelor degree in Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is a Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore.
Yogesh Tiwari has over 15 years of experience in power and utilities project development, financing, acquisitions, asset management and divestments.
Previously with AES Corporation, based in Singapore, Yogesh was a business developer for power projects in Asia and was involved in the successful bid and acquisition of the 600 MW Masinloc power plant in Philippines. Before working at AES, he worked in SembCorp Industries for six years as a power developer and was involved in a number of successful projects including the 716 MW Phu My 3 IPP in Vietnam, the acquisition of Enron’s Teesside business in UK, and successful bid for the 600 MW/100MIDG Fujairah IWPP in UAE. He also worked at Oakwell Infrastructure Development in Singapore and worked on a 200 MW barge mounted power plant at Kakinada, India.
He holds a Bachelor of Technology (Mech. Eng) degree and an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management.
Zeki Akbas has more than 25 years of experience in electricity and gas markets in Australia and SE Asia in trading, risk management, hedging, senior management and retail operations at Esso Australia, Ecogen Energy, TXU Australia/TRUenergy, Senoko Power (Singapore) and Alinta Energy (Perth).
Zeki managed the wholesale energy division of TRUenergy with 3,800MW generation, Iona underground gas storage facility and more than a million residential customers. He was a key member of a number of M&A teams under the TXU ownership including the successful acquisition of 1,280MW Torrens Island Power Station in South Australia.
Zeki has an MBA from Melbourne Business School and MSc/BSc in engineering.
Aditya has over eight years of experience in Project & Structured Finance and Infrastructure Advisory across several infrastructure sectors with a primary focus on conventional and renewable power generation.
Previously, Aditya worked for the International Finance Corporation, part of the World Bank Group, as an Investment Officer advising government clients on Public Private Partnership infrastructure projects. Aditya has also worked with Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC) in Mumbai making equity and debt investments in infrastructure projects across various sectors.
He completed his post-graduation in Business Management from the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad and holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.
Ru De Chen has over 7 years of experience in the development, financing and acquisition of power projects in Asia.
Previously, Ru De worked for Sembcorp Industries and was focused on Commercial Structuring and Project Finance. He played a key role in the acquisition and development of a 1,620 MW Coal-fired power project in Chongqing (China) as well as securing a 413 MW CCGT power project in Sirajganj (Bangladesh).
Ru De holds a Bachelor degree in Engineering (Chemical & Bio-molecular) from the National University of Singapore and graduated with Second Class Honors (Upper).
Faisal brings over 16 years of business development, project management, engineering, construction, contracts, sales and origination experience in power and infrastructure sectors, across India and Africa.
Previously, Faisal was employed in India for 6 years with Statkraft, a Norwegian global renewable energy company. As Project Manager for business development, he was a key member in winning the bid of Dugar HEP (449 MW) and was subsequently the Project Director for it’s development works. He was also India lead for Statkraft new business initiatives in solar power. Faisal was instrumental in originating Statkraft first power trading deal in India. He was also a senior team member for managing the operational assets in India.
Prior to Statkraft, from 2008 to 2010, Faisal was with an Indian IPP, Lanco Energy as Head of Program Management Office (PMO) for a portfolio of 8 power projects under various stages of development and construction. From year 2001 to 2008, Faisal held senior techno commercial roles with international EPC companies – Kajima Corporation, Daewoo E&C, Odebrecht JV and Lanco Infratech, for construction of Dhauliganga HEP (280 MW), Budhil HEP (70 MW), Teesta VI HEP (500 MW) in India and new container terminal as well as a highway project in Djibouti, East Africa.
Faisal holds Executive PG Diploma in Business Management from Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi, India. Faisal also holds Master of Technology in Hydraulic Structures with honours and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering both from AMU, Aligarh, India.
Chris Kapsalis brings over 15 years of experience in power project construction with specialization in project management.
Previously Chris worked at GE where he managed the construction of several projects including Ararat, Boco Rock and Mumbida Wind Farms in Australia, Cong Ly 1 &2 in Vietnam and Khao Kar in Thailand and also took some of these into operation. He has earlier worked with Suzlon, Siemens and Downer, where he has managed or supported a large number of renewable and thermal power projects in Australia, Taiwan and Vietnam at various stages from tender through to operations.
Chris has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering from Melbourne University, is a PMP certified project manager and is currently undertaking the Project Director certification.
Dr. Steven Kong has 10 years of experience in renewables, specifically in wind turbine, micro grid and inverter technologies.
Prior to joining Nexif, Steven was a Project and Grid Connection Engineer for General Electric (Wind & Gas). Steve is experienced in site, project management, eBoP planning, design, AEP optimizations in addition to execution of logistics, civil, installation, commissioning, field compliance testing and services works.
Steven holds a Ph.D in Power Systems Engineering, a patent with General Electric and 7 technical journal publications in renewable energy.
Wendy Woo is Assistant Finance Manager for Nexif.
Prior to her current role, from 2010 to 2012, Ms Woo was the Senior Accountant with GuocoLand Limited, a major property company in Singapore.
From 2006 to 2010, Ms Woo was with Dynamic Colours Limited and was involving in initial public offering of the Company. From 2004 to 2006, Ms Woo was an auditor with Foo Kon Tan Grant Thornton, Singapore.
Ms Woo holds a Bachelor degree in Accounting & Finance with University of East London, UK.
Ying Ying has over 6 years of experience in accounting and corporate finance.
Ying Ying started her career with the audit function in KPMG Singapore where she worked on the statutory audit of large government agencies, multinational corporations and listed companies in the infrastructure, government and healthcare and industrial markets sector. She subsequently joined the Valuations team in Corporate Finance and was providing advice to clients on merger & acquisitions and valuations matters as an Assistant Manager. She helped complete advisory assignments focused on business valuations, financial modelling & forecasting and purchase price allocation for private and public companies across multiple sectors like manufacturing, real estate and fast moving consumer goods.
Ying Ying holds a degree in Bachelor of Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She is also a Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Adolfo brings over 10 years of experience of project evaluation, financial modelling, financing and development, gained mainly in the energy industry while working on energy projects globally. Most recently, Adolfo was with Pacific Hydro, an Australian headquartered global renewable energy company. As Senior Associate Corporate Finance he participated in several transactions and developments in Australia, Chile and Brazil.
During the last 10 years, Adolfo has assessed more than 2000 MW of energy projects, including hydro, wind farms, solar projects and peaking power plants around the world. In addition, he has worked and assisted on several financing transactions. Prior to Pacific Hydro, Adolfo worked at Energy Partners Chile, a Chilean company that develop, build and operate peaking power plants.
Adolfo has an MBA from the Graduate School of Offenburg (Germany) and a Master in Energy Economics from the University Federico Santa Maria (Chile). Adolfo also holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Industrial) from the University of Chile.
Arvind Balachander has over 4 years of Business Development, Structured Finance, M&A and Capital Markets experience in the renewable energy industry in North America, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Asia-Pacific region.
Previously, Arvind worked at SunEdison on Origination, Project Development, M&A and capital raising efforts across the U.S., South Africa and Asia-Pacific leading to the execution of PPAs totaling over 1.3 GW for solar PV projects. Prior to that, Arvind worked with the University of Michigan and the Great Lakes Commission to develop policy options to promote offshore wind energy development that were incorporated by local governments in the states of Michigan and Illinois.
Arvind has a Master of Science (Sustainable Energy Policy) and a Master of Urban Planning (Transportation and Land Use Planning) from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Technology (Chemical Engineering) from the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli.
Dany Daulay has over 9 years of experience in power project development, including alternative energy projects.
Previously with PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia, that developed the biggest coal fired project in South East Asia, Dany was a business developer and helped them achieve financial close. Before that he worked at PT DH Energy and at AES for a couple of years each. At AES he worked on power projects development in Indonesia and Bangladesh. His achievements include winning coal mines for mine mouth power project in Indonesia.
He graduated from “Universitas Parahyangan Bandung (UNPAR)” and did his MBA from “Institute Technology of Bandung (ITB)”, majoring in Marketing.
Alyzon Romatico has over 9 years of experience in Land Acquisition and Business Development in Telecom and Power Industry.
Previously with Solar Philippines, that developed the biggest Solar Power plant in Luzon (63 MW) in Batangas, Philippines, Alyzon was a Land Acquisition Manager for Visayas and Mindanao Phase 1 project. Before that he worked at Wi-Tribe Telecom and Huawei Technologies for a couple of years. At Wi-Tribe he work on the project development in NCR Phase 1 and 2 roll out in Philippines. At Huawei Technologies he worked on the project development and site acquisition in San Miguel Corporation (Bell Telecommunication) Mindanao project phase 1 and 2 roll out in Philippines. His achievements include the closing a total of 700 tower cell sites project in the Philippines.
Alyzon Romatico holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the New Era University in Quezon City, Philippines.
Jon Batac has over 7 years work experience in the Philippine energy industry.
Prior to joining the Nexif Team, Jon worked for Energy Development Corporation (EDC) from 2010-2016, the Philippine’s largest geothermal company. Jon has had extensive work in the field of policy analysis, regulatory, permitting and development. Jon was also part of EDC’s first venture into wind and solar technologies with the successful development of the 150 MW wind and 7 MW solar projects in the Philippines; both of which were subscribed under the Philippine’s Feed-in-Tariff scheme. After EDC, Jon was with Solar Philippines and Sun Premier Philippine Corporation working mainly on the companies’ solar project development, permitting and regulatory requirements.
Jon graduated in 2010 and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Management from the University of Santo Tomas – Manila and received a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Ecosystem Management degree in De La Salle University – Manila, Philippines in 2014.
Kirsty brings over 10 years of experience in accounting, finance and management.
Prior to joining Nexif, Kirsty was appointed as Financial Controller and Company Secretary for ATC Insurance Solutions. She was heading the accounting and finance department while managing the effectiveness of the board and took on an active role in corporate governance and compliance.
From 2004 to 2008, Kirsty served as the Accountant in Honan Insurance Group, where she was responsible for the overall control of the group accounting and finance.
Kirsty holds a Master of Business (Accountancy) from the RMIT University, Melbourne and a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Marketing) from Murdoch University, Perth. She is a CPA Member of the CPA Australia, Fellow IPA of Institute of Public Accountants Australia as well as Member of National Tax Accountant’s Association, Australia.
Mazlina Marmin is responsible for office administration and secretarial support for the Nexif team.
Prior to her current role, she worked for 12 years with M1, a Singapore listed telecommunications company, during which time she provided administrative support in a wide range of functional areas, including Investor Relations, Business Development, Strategic Planning, Branding and Legal, as well as CEO’s and CFO’s offices.
Prior to that, she worked 10 years in the retail sector in administration and as a merchandising assistant.
Mui Lin Jaw is responsible for office administration and secretarial support to the Nexif team.
Prior to her current role, she worked for 16 years with AES (in the Singapore office), a Fortune 200 global power company, with its headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, USA. She did oversee the overall office management as well as provided administrative support.
Prior to that, she worked for 3 years as administrator with Van Der Horst Technologies Pte Ltd, a wholly own Indonesian company dealing in Power Generation and Infrastructure Projects.
Anil Kumar Gupta has more than 33 years experience in Power Sector development, plant construction, commissioning, and operations & maintenance (O&M).
Previously Mr Gupta was with AES Corporation, a global power company, from 1998 to 2007 and was based in India working for South and South East Asia, the Middle East and China. During this period he worked on Thermal, Combined cycle, Hydel and non-conventional power projects. He has also worked on AES distribution business in Orissa, India as its first Managing Director.
Prior to AES, Mr Gupta was with NTPC, India, working in plant O&M of Thermal and Combined Cycle plants from 1982 to 1995. He was involved in Indian private sector power development during 1995 to 1998.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Maulana Azad College of Technology, Bhopal, India (now MANIT).
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Name: Odisha Power Generation Corporation Type: Coal fired plant Size: 420 MW Location: Odisha, India Offtaker: Odisha State Power Transmission […]
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Name: Cambodia Salt Farm Project Type: Naturally evaporated sea-salt farming Location: Kampot province, Cambodia Sales: Primarily export markets of South […]
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Name: AES Australian Portfolio (Mt Stuart, Newport and Jeeralang) Type: Gas and oil fired power plants Size: 288 MW (Mt […]
Name: Mong Duong Type: Coal fired power plant Size: 1,200 MW Location: Quang Ninh province, Vietnam Offtaker: Vietnam Electricity (EVN) […]
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