Join fellow alumni for a presentation and discussion with Casey Dwyer of Andurand Capital on the outlook for energy in Europe in 2023, the carbon markets, and a prospective European response to America's Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and how that will affect/shape Europe’s capital mobilization and decarbonization plans.
Casey is a Partner with Andurand Capital in London, where he runs Research and co-manages the Andurand Climate and Energy Transition Fund, a $200MM thematic Macro fund. He has worked at Andurand Capital since 2016 as an Analyst and Portfolio Manager.
Casey has a successful history of managing risk in energy and carbon derivatives and publicly traded equities. In addition to his public markets role, Casey advises and invests in private investment opportunities tied to the energy transition. He is a strong advocate for the role of markets in solving climate change and has been featured in Bloomberg, The Economist, and the Wall Street Journal on the topic of carbon markets.
Before joining Andurand Capital, Casey was a Private Equity Associate at J.P. Morgan in New York and an Associate with J.P. Morgan Investment Bank in Sao Paulo. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School, an MA in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania (Lauder Institute), and a BA in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University.
The Chatham House Rule will apply to this event. No recordings will be made.