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Jordi Francesch

Head of Global Asset Management, Clean Energy, Nuveen Infrastructure

About Jordi Francesch

Jordi joined Nuveen Infrastructure (previously Glennmont Partners) in 2011 and is responsible for fund’s asset management and operations. He is also the Chief Risk Officer for the clean energy business. Jordi leads his team providing strategic direction to the lifecycle of the portfolio; leading on any material contractual challenges, assisting with acquisitions and their incorporation into the portfolio, sitting on several platforms like for example Verdian Power, Joint Ventures and project specific company boards, overseeing governance for the wholly owned projects and regularly reporting to the management committees, Investors and non-executive boards.

He has more than 23 years’ experience in the energy sector, 11 of which spent in renewables. Before joining the team, Jordi spent 10 years at Royal Dutch Shell, the world’s second largest independent energy company.

Jordi holds B.A.s in Finance & Business Administration and Economics respectively from Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Catalonia, Spain) and an MSc in Environmental Economics from University of London.

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