Andrew Nat is primarily responsible for sourcing, structuring and negotiating investment opportunities; sourcing capital on a global basis; and strategic planning. Mr. Nat has participated in over $5 billion in transactions, with over $4.5 billion in the energy vertical. He has expertise in power, alternative energy as well as traditional energy sources.
At the Texas Life Science Center, Mr. Nat advised the $200 million Texas Emerging Technology Fund on its early stage investments, which invested $63 million in early stage companies. He was also Executive Director of the Commercialization Review Committee for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, a $3 billion state initiative.
As a VP of Business Development at BP Global Power Corporation, Mr. Nat originated, evaluated, structured, and negotiated independent energy investments, including a $400 million integrated power and gas project in the United Kingdom.
At Edison Mission Energy (a subsidiary of SCE Corp.), Mr. Nat managed the financial structuring and identified diverse funding sources for power generation projects, including a $1.8 billion Mexican project.
As Vice President of FPL Investments, an investment subsidiary of NextEraEnergy Resources, Mr. Nat increased assets under management from $70 million to over $500 million.
Also at NextEra, Mr. Nat managed a $950 million portfolio of alternative energy and non-energy investments, executed over $750 million in capital market transactions for a funding subsidiary, and executed over $450 million of public debt and equity financing for the public utility subsidiary.
Mr. Nat holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia University and a Master of Business Administration from Yale University.