The conference will be about "Sustainable infrastructure in an inclusive and resilient society with some success stories in emerging markets and the financing of energy transition. "
Meridiam is the leading international investment boutique focusing on private equity and infrastructure, with more than 7 bn€ of AUM, 50 bn€ of construction capital deployed and with offices in 9 different countries; Meridiam do “walks the talk” because the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) elements are at the heart of every one of their projects since Meridiam strives to serve and build sustainable communities.
LBS will host the Founding Partner and CEO of Meridiam, Mr. Thierry D’eau, who is one of the most influential current leaders of the infrastructure financing and has established the integrated development-investment-management approach, which ensures that only the best, most impactful projects come to life.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about one of the top infrastructure funds in the world and explore the possibilities that infrastructure financing can offer!
To learn more about Meridiam, please visit: http://www.meridiam.com/
LT 9 and Front Lawn
26 Sussex Pl, Marylebone, London, NW1 4SA, United Kingdom
Founding Partner, Chief Executive Officer
Thierry Déau founded Meridiam in 2005 with the belief that the alignment of interests between the public and private sector can provide critical solutions to the collective needs of communities.
He is currently Meridiam’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, as well as its main shareholder, along with several members of the team.
Prior to Meridiam, he worked for France’s Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations where he held several positions with its engineering and development subsidiary Egis Projects, moving up from project manager, then director for concession projects to his appointment as Chief Executive Officer in 2001.
In addition to being in charge of international operations for the Egis Group executive committee and serving on its risk management committee, Thierry was a member of some of the boards or the chairman of several subsidiaries.
Thierry graduated from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées engineering school in Paris and began his career in Malaysia with the construction firm of GTM International.
Thierry is currently Chairman of the Long Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA), a board member of Fondation des Ponts, a member of the Investment Committee of the European Fund for Strategic Investment (EFSI), Co-chair of the CEO board for transformational projects and capacity building at the World Economic Forum and Chairman of Archery fund for Inclusive Leadership.