CleanEquity 2017 Speakers
His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco created his foundation for the purpose of protecting the environment & encouraging sustainable development. The Foundation strives to act as an accelerator of innovative cleantech projects and solutions targeting three major envrionmental issues; climate change, biodiversity & water.
Mungo Park, Chairman of Innovator Capital, has been an investment banker, on both sides of the Atlantic, for 30 years focussing exclusively on emerging technologies. He was previously at Cowen & Co., Alex. Brown and Head of Corporate Finance at Nomura International.
Matt is a Chartered Manager with expertise in a diverse range of business he has operated at director level for companies within the UK and internationally.
Matt specialises in business and operations strategy, modularisation in manufacturing, operational logistics, organisational effectiveness & new venture development.
In 2006 Matt received the Management Consultancies Association Gold Award for best operational Improvement in the private sector and in 2007 he received a Manager of the Year Award from the Chartered Management Institute. Matt is a member of the Institute of Directors
In addition Matt is a recognised industry expert in off-site manufacturing and Modern Methods of Construction; he regularly speaks at conferences and advises a number of clients on off-site design, strategy and development.
Project experience includes Off-Site production of industrial facilities, Hotels, Schools, high value add modules such as data hubs and hospital facilities. In addition Matt was involved in all aspects of planning and development for the Meteor and MOVOCOSY volumetric modular housing systems. Responsibilities included product and process development, site, and facility layout design, design of operating structure, supply chain development, financial planning, timing and implementation planning. Matt is a member of Build Off-Site where he Chairs the Manufacturing Hub.
Professor Tom Stephenson is internationally known and respected as one of the UK's foremost academic experts in the water and wastewater industry.
Tom as appointed in 2014 as Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research and Innovation of Cranfield University (www.cranfield.ac.uk), the UK's only exclusively postgraduate university specialising in technology and management. Previously, he was Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the School of Applied Sciences at Cranfield. Tom has a PhD from Imperial College, London, is a Chartered Chemical Engineer and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng).
He was Chairman of British Water from 2010 until 2012, the UK's trade body representing the water industry supply chain with over 200 members and an annual turnover in water related business of £1.2 billion.
Tom is also Chairman of Water Innovate, a commercial spin-out of Cranfield's Water Science Institute, which was acquired by Bluewater Bio (www.bluewaterbio.com) in 2010.
Andrew Jack chairs the firm's Clean Energy and Climate industry group and has a diverse corporate and securities practice with clients principally in the solar, advanced vehicles, industrial manufacturing, and sports and entertainment industries. He is ranked as a leading corporate lawyer by Chambers USA and he regularly advises corporations, board committees, and other forms of enterprises in mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, financing activities, Sarbanes-Oxley and 1934 Act compliance, corporate governance counseling, and executive compensation arrangements.
Mr. Jack is a frequent speaker at clean energy conferences and he works closely as the firm's membership liaison to SEIA and ACORE on a variety of matters to advance opportunities in clean energy, including as a founding member of the planning committee for SEIA's Solar Finance Conferences and as a co-chair of ACORE's Transportation Advisory Committee.
Simon Amies is a corporate partner based in Covington's London office and a member of the firm's Clean Energy and Climate industry group. He has considerable experience advising emerging and growth companies, investment banks and investors on acquisitions and disposals, IPOs and other securities offerings, venture capital investments, and joint ventures and other strategic transactions.
Scott Anthony advises public and private companies and entrepreneurs on corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investments, strategic investments, joint ventures and other transactional matters. His clients include internet, social networking, online gaming, clean technology, software, networking and communications, semiconductor, energy storage and life sciences companies.
His practice focuses on companies with connections between China and the US. It includes inbound and outbound cross-border acquisitions and strategic investments between US and China based companies, financing of venture backed companies based in China and the US and joint ventures with China based partners.
Daniel is the CEO of Satalia that provides AI inspired solutions to solve industries hardest problems. He’s the co-founder of the ASI that transitions scientists into industry as data-scientists. Daniel has a Masters and Doctorate in AI from UCL, and is Director of UCL’s Business Analytics MSc; applying AI to solve business/social problems. He lectures in Computer Science and Business. Daniel has Advisory and Executive positions in many companies, he holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship and actively promotes entrepreneurship and technology innovation across the globe.
"The delegates and presenting companies were clearly well selected and the collegiate atmosphere contributed to an impressive and successful event." Miriam Maes, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Elia Group
Previous press releases issued by Innovator Capital regarding CleanEquity Monaco may be found here.
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