Ammad Faisal

Senior Managing Director
Marathon Capital
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Ammad Faisal, Senior Managing Director at Marathon Capital and Co-Head of New York Office, has over 15 years of investment banking and capital markets experience covering the energy and power sector including financial sponsors, electric & gas utilities, independent power producers, and renewable energy companies. At Marathon Capital, he focuses on mergers and acquisitions, debt, equity, and tax equity capital raise transactions. Select transactions Mr. Faisal has worked on include the asset sale of Tyr Energy, Sumitomo and Google’s ownership interests in the 845 MW Shepherds Flat operating wind farm to Caithness Energy, asset sale of Heelstone’s 177 MW utility-scale solar portfolio to a London listed investment company US Solar Fund, corporate sale of SoCore Energy to French utility Engie, corporate sale of sPower to AES/AIMCo for $1.6 billion and mezzanine debt capital raise for SunEnergy1 provided by Ares Management.

Before joining Marathon Capital, Mr. Faisal was Vice President at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the Global Energy Power Investment Banking Group. He worked on many mergers and acquisitions including LS Power’s purchase of a $1.5 billion power plant portfolio from Dynegy, the Sponsor-led sale of Bosque gas plant in ERCOT to Calpine for $432 million, and the $140 million debt private placement for Otter Tail Corporation. Before joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Mr. Faisal worked in the equity capital markets group at Citi, facilitating the origination and structuring of equity and convertible offerings in the technology sector. He executed 28 transactions raising over $8 billion in proceeds. He is also a co-founder of a VC-backed consumer technology company, Arccos Golf, that promises to transform the golf industry through big data and patented sensors.

 

Mr. Faisal received a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Middlebury College. He is a CFA® charterholder and holds his Series 24 and 79 licenses.

17 Nov
13:55
 - 14:35 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Main Stream
Panel Discussion
  • The impact of COVID on M&A – who have been the winners and losers in the market?
  • Will the increase in M&A continue as a long-term trend, or a short term fix for COVID’s impact?
  • Leading organisations' thoughts as they put together their budgets for 2021, and their insights to apply to your own plans