To successfully identify, and develop and manage renewable and sustainable ventures and projects that promote beneficial reuse and carbon displacement
PETER G. BYRNE
15 Meadow Avenue (646) 346 4201
Bronxville, NY 10708 email@example.com
Renewable & Sustainable Project and Venture Developer
Helping Later Stage Renewable, Sustainable and Cleantech Ventures develop and fund commercially viable projects
Robust project development focused career. Sixteen-year track record of quantifiable achievement. Deep proficiency in sourcing, nurturing, and developing profitable project finance focused banking relationships for experienced renewable and sustainable focused entrepreneurs and diverse high net worth individual, family office, and institutional investors.
Deeply skilled in assessing the overall risk and credit worthiness of project finance transactions: evaluating financial, environmental, legal, operational, and political risks associated with developing appropriate project finance transaction structures related to: wind, solar, waste to energy, green real estate and cleaner water with global exposure.
Comprehensive experience in team development and project management: identifying objectives and obstacles, organizing workflow and timelines, and conducting individualized training
â€¢ Financial & Strategic Planning
â€¢ Relationship Management & Development
â€¢ Transaction Due Diligence & Structuring
â€¢ Capital Formation and Raising
â€¢ Presentation Development & Delivery
â€¢ NASD Series 7,55,63 & 65 Qualified
Fern Jones Corp. â€“ New York, NY
Director â€“ Renewable & Sustainable Venture & Project Development & Management Spring 2009
Tasked with organizing a late stage renewable and sustainable venture and project finance development pipeline for Fern Jones, a leading strategist focused on the beneficial reuse of water, agriculture, land, waste, energy and other focused initiatives totaling 25 projects. These 25 projects and ventures with a global reach have a capital need ranging from US$25m â€“ US$75m, a range which currently has little coverage in the current financial market environment
Organizing these projects so that they are best positioned to successfully raise the capital required to fund their transition into commercially viable enterprises and projects
Leading the development of a waste to energy strategy for a leading S & P 100 sponsor with major legacy sources of waste and one of the largest consumers of energy products globally.
Anchoring this strategy with a deep understanding of gasification technologies, and how to best implement them into projects combining sound project finance principles with emerging renewable and sustainable technologies
Working to develop the financial strategy necessary to arrange the US$35m in financing required to fund the construction of the first project.
Herbert J. Sims & Company â€“ Southport, CT
Senior Vice President â€“ Project Finance Focused Financial Advisor Winter 2007 â€“ Spring 2009
Playing a major role in the growth of the firmâ€™s institutional real estate private equity presence in the senior living project finance sector, and enabling Herbert J. Sims to expand its presence beyond its core competency: tax-free real estate project finance investment banking in the areas of senior living, charter schools, correctional facilities and renewable energy.
Succeeding under difficult market conditions Summer 2007
Tasked to identify and cultivate institutional partners interested in funding the largest for-profit real estate private equity investment in the firmâ€™s history: a repositioning of a portfolio of 14 cIass A senior living properties in the Northeastern United States.
ï‚§ A strong understanding of commercial real estate lending tools and solutions and how their implementation has changed in the current market environment.
ï‚§ Recognized as being able to identify suitable institutions and establish the dialogue necessary to quickly build relationships by differentiating the given commercial real estate lending solution from its competition and taking the time to educate the decision makers.
ï‚§ Understanding the inner workings of the public institutional money management and private wealth management sectors compiled through existing relationships and prior work experiences. This knowledge is pivotal for the successful penetrations of these opaque niches.
J.P. MORGANCHASE â€“ Relationship Manager
Vice President â€“ Senior Origination Officer New York, NY 2003 to January 2007
Independently managed product mix and profitability of $400M client portfolio. Point-man for 250+ mission-critical relationships. Engineer â€œcomplete-sweepâ€ lending and structured investment vehicles.
Creating order out of chaos. Tasked to reestablish client management department after 107-person layoff. Joined two-person team to rebuild $1.2B portfolio, reconfigure portfolio foci, and market new product offerings to disparate bank departments. Launched successful â€œsearch and rescueâ€ of high-potential bank relationships â€œmisplacedâ€ during layoff.
ï‚§ Recognized as bank-wide top-performing new business producer during 2004. Grew client base by 57% in seven months.
ï‚§ Selected to complete challenging credit training curriculum in Accounting, Alternative Credit Products, Cash Management, Corporate Finance, Credit Compliance and Policy, Foreign Exchange Transactions, and Legal Documentation.
Hi-profile â€“ self-initiated â€“ transactions:
ï‚§ Credit derivative strategy â€“ $2B large-cap M&A arbitrage fund. Spring, 2005
Created innovative $10M structured index product to shield client â€“ a stand-alone fund at a major European bank â€“ from an extraordinary â€“ i.e., terrorist-related â€“ event causing a 15% fall in S&P.
COHEN, DUFFY, McGOWAN & CO â€“ Equity Derivatives Team
American Stock Exchange Product Specialist â€“ New York, NY 1997 to 2002
Full P&L responsibility for high-profile portfolio of twelve Fortune 100 equities including Cephalon, ExxonMobil, Kellogg, and Wells Fargo. Market maker: maintained optimum inventory of stock and derivative products against significant market moves to book daily, monthly, and quarterly profit.
ï‚§ Executed three to five day exposure management trades in fast-moving, high-stress, trading floor environment. Initiated self-designed, model-driven hedge programs to achieve average yearly earnings of $2M.
ï‚§ Chosen by Managing Partner to serve on three-person integration team for firmâ€™s first electronic order system. Trained nineteen professionals in use of complex trading technology resulting in immediate firm productivity gains of 37%.
PAINE WEBBER GROUP â€“ Private Client Services Group
Product Specialist â€“ White Plains, NY 1994 to 1997
â€œGo-to guyâ€ on four-member, dedicated team managing specialized investment needs of high net worth individuals. Maintained 400+ client relationships representing invested capital of >$125M.
ï‚§ Marketed innovative investment solutions â€“ including sophisticated hedge and options strategies to high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations, and not-for-profits.
ï‚§ Recognized as fastest-growing PCS team in Paine Webber network. Achieved average annualized client base growth of 19%.
BA â€“ FORDHAM UNIVERSITY New York, NY 1991
Political Science major.
Major GPA: 3.25.
Senior Thesis: Politics and Plutonium: The Creation of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission.
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