Investment Bank Seeks Managing Director to Lead its Clean Technology Practice for Mergers & Acquisitions

Share Article seeks experienced deal-maker to lead the company's growing clean technology practice for mergers, acquisitions and capital advisory.

Investment bank Seeks Managing Director for its Clean Technology Practice. currently seeks a managing director for its clean technology investment banking practice. Working with advisors across the team, the new director will have a comprehensive knowledge of the clean technology sector, which includes wind power, solar power and biofuel businesses, and substantial experience supporting clients on the buy and sell side of mergers and acquisitions.

The firm has been supporting the advancement of clean technologies for well over two decades and as a result, the firm already has substantial expertise working with cleantech companies. At this time, is looking to move its cleantech practice to the next level. “While estimates vary, there is no question that over the next five decades, much of the world’s existing oil and gas supplies will dry up. As a result, companies across sectors are increasingly looking to buy into clean technologies as a way to move forward,” explains Nate Nead, Director of Nead. “We’re already seeing a lot of activity in the transportation and shipping and logistics sectors, but in the coming years, we will see a spike in activity across sectors as more investors seek to gain a piece of the cleantech market or acquire a cleantech company to help fuel a existing enterprise that currently relies on nonrenewable resources.” plans to continue growing its cleantech practice alongside its other established divisions, which includes divisions focused on software and technology, real estate, aerospace, and shipping and logistics. On the sell side,’s advisors provide clients with expert valuations and are there to help find and court would-be buyers. On the buy side,’s advisors provide a wide range of services, including evaluations of financial capacity and negotiation support. “The cleantech sector is very diverse,” emphasizes Nead, “On the one hand, there are established companies in the energy sector looking to the future and working to expand their portfolios, since they recognize their industry is about to undergo a major shift. On the other hand, there are also many smaller players in the cleantech sector. We’re looking for a director who has the industry experience needed to work on high-stakes deals but also someone who has the insight and people skills needed to support the many start ups who define this industry.” offers a range of services to clients from raising capital to succession planning to providing buy- and sell-side merger and acquisition assistance. Alongside its real estate, media, software, and medicine and health divisions, continues to expand its cleantech practice. “Anyone looking to invest for the future and not simply for the present—even if they aren’t in the energy sector—understands the importance of clean technologies,” says Nead, “For this reason, there’s no question that our cleantech practice will continue to grow over the coming decade. We’re looking for a director who had the experience and leadership capacity to scale up this part of’s practice.”

A subsidiary of Merit Harbor Group, LLC, is a full-service middle market investment bank that works across the middle market. is a national firm with offices in Phoenix, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Princeton, Chicago and Las Vegas. The firm’s experienced advisors offer clients’ strategic advisory on buying and selling companies, expansion through acquisitions, and raising capital. works across sectors from media and software to aerospace and defense to energy and cleantech.

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