Stefano is an experienced investor in the private equity and energy sector, with a track record of deals in excess of $2 billion including wind, solar, biomass and energy from waste. Most recently, Stefano was the founder and CEO of a solar PV platform with assets of 1.45GW globally that was successfully sold to a large institutional investor. He was the director and owner of one of the largest energy from waste projects in the United Kingdom and he worked alongside investors to develop and build $1bn of solar PV assets across Europe and North America.
Previously, he worked in JP Morgan’s private equity team, focusing on direct and secondary investments, creating a dedicated platform for secondary private equity investments.
Stefano studied at Stanford University, Grenoble Graduate School of Business and University of Milan and holds a MSc in International Business (1st Class honours).
Gerald brings 25 years of finance and investment banking experience to the Firm.
Gerald is passionate about the renewable energy sector founding Suncore Energy Holdings in 2016 and handling the successful sale of the business in 2020.
Before Horus, Gerald was a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers, Nomura International, and Royal Bank of Canada.
Gerald is an alumnus of the NYU Stern School of Business.
Christophe brings 16+ years of finance and investment banking experience to Horus Energy, and 12 years of entrepreneurship.
Following his first years at Lehman Brothers, he joined Leonteq Securities AG in 2008 as one of the main stakeholders. HE built a sales force of over 100 individuals opening many offices in Europe, Switzerland, and Monaco.
Christophe has become an investor and business partner of various growth sectors in more recent years, with a strong focus on tech and renewable energy.
Being one of the investors in Suncore Energy Holding, Christophe has been instrumental in the development of Horus.
Christophe is a Managing Director at Leonteq Securities and co-runs the Monaco office.
Christophe is an alumnus of the ESCP-EAP Business School.
Maggie is a lawyer with a background in general corporate commercial law and litigation.
Maggie has managed the development of over 1.3GW of solar projects in Canada and the U.S.
In previous roles, she served as general counsel and corporate secretary of a private remediation technology start-up with Canadian and U.S. operations. She served as in-house counsel for a multinational real estate investment and development firm.
Louis is a finance professional, having worked at Royal Bank of Canada as a financial engineer and later as a corporate finance consultant advising on a wide range of corporate transactions.
Louis served as a director of Suncore Energy Holding on behalf of a group of private investors, funding a platform of 1.45GW of solar PV projects.
Louis is an alumnus of Ecole Polytechnique (M.Sc Mathematics) and HEC Business School (MSc Management) in Paris, France.
His career in finance and investments spans over twenty years, many of which in senior managerial roles. His professional experience includes the structuring and executing complex transactions across a broad spectrum of asset classes, including credit, equity and real assets.
With lengthy spells at firms such as Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers and Credit Suisse, Giuliano is a proven innovator in structured finance and investments.
Giuliano holds an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE) and graduated summa cum laude in Economics from Bocconi University (Milan, Italy).
Junior has an MBA from Duke University Fuqua School of Business.
Pandelis has a longstanding and successful track-record in the renewable energy sector.
After founding LEA Innovazione Srl, where he has successfully developed, engineered and built over 200MW of solar and wind farms, he joined Talesun, as VP Business Development EMEA, and thereafter Canadian Solar, as Senior Director of Business Development, where has successfully originated and developed over 1.2GW with focus on the U.S market.
Philip specialised in real estate, infrastructure and renewable energy, with a focus on the structuring, funding and exit of investments that ensured the delivery of strong returns to investors.
He has worked in the renewable energy industry since 2011 taking projects from inception/acquisition, through construction to completion. Mark has predominantly focused on Solar projects but has also diversified into other technologies including Biomass, Biogas, Peaking Gas, Wind, Energy from Waste and Energy Storage projects.
Prior to working in renewable energy, Mark worked in real estate, managing the construction of commercial buildings including hotels and office blocks, as a to Site Manager.
Previously, he contributed to the origination, development and sale of a solar PV pipeline totaling 1.45GW located in the UK, Italy and Canada, reporting project development progress, supporting investors with ad-hoc modelling, analysis, valuations and portfolio monitoring, conducting market research, whilst providing assistance to origination of investment opportunities.
Francesco holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the University of Exeter, and a Master in Green Management, Energy and Corporate Social Responsibility at Bocconi University, in Milan. Throughout his studies he gained transversal experiences joining companies such as Enel Spa, as well as the Mediolanum Group.
At Horus, she supports the execution team with financial analysis on valuation models, due diligence, market reviews and other relevant activities on renewable energy projects.
She holds a Masters in Investment Management from the University of East Anglia with a distinction in the United Kingdom, and Bachelor's in Financial Management from the University of Finance and Economics Mongolia. She has passed Level one of CFA and is currently working towards the CFA Qualification.
and public sector organizations with a particular focus on location
strategy. He has spent the last few years working on renewable and
sustainability related investments and programs across Europe and
Georgi holds a BA in International Finance and Trade and an MBA.
Alex was involved in the privatization of UK power stations before becoming a leader in renewable energy, with a focus on thermal renewable power plants (biomass, waste and anaerobic digestion).
Currently, he is working on both hydrogen production and storage as well as Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) as an advisor and developer.
Alex has worked in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the USA in various roles, including technical lead, developer, Board member and lender advisor. He has been involved in energy infrastructure projects with overall investments of over $2bn.
Filippo has a background in finance, with previous positions at UBI Bank and Unicredit.