Romain Keyen is based in SEP’s London office and will focus on originating and executing new energy infrastructure investments. He previously worked with BNP Paribas Clean Energy and Glennmont Partners where he was responsible for the acquisition of clean energy assets across Europe.
Adam Delaney is based in SEP’s newly opened Edinburgh office and will take responsibility for infrastructure fund accounting, as well as assuming the role of Finance Director for SEP’s utility infrastructure business, Indigo Pipelines. He previously worked with both Grant Thornton and Baker Tilly before moving into finance management across a number of infrastructure projects in the healthcare, education and defence sectors.
Calum Paterson, Managing Partner of SEP said:
“We are very pleased to welcome Romain and Adam as key members of our infrastructure team. The market for energy finance is very attractive and the strength and depth of our specialist team places us in a strong position to embrace this opportunity.”
SEP is a venture capital investor in high growth technology and technology-enabled companies. Operating from offices in London, Glasgow and Edinburgh, SEP invests up to £20 million (US$31 million) in innovative, growth stage companies with a sharp focus on the IT, healthcare and energy sectors.