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Keynote speakers announced for Renewable Energy Finance Forum (REFF)

12th Annual Renewable Energy Finance Forum expected to draw more than 600 senior decision makers, financiers and professionals in the renewable energy finance field.

The Renewable Energy Finance Forum-Wall Street (REFF-Wall Street) is scheduled to take place June 24–25 at the Grand Hyatt New York in midtown Manhattan. The event, now in its 12th years, provides the opportunity to hear from those who are defying the existing challenges to create innovative financing solutions and offers you the chance to share your perspectives throughout the discussions on the direction of the market.

Attendees include CEOs and other senior company officials, lenders, investors, investment bankers, private equity investors, venture capitalists and other top transactional professionals in renewable energy finance.

The keynote speakers scheduled to present at REFF-Wall Street are as follows: Tom Fanning, chairman, president and CEO of Southern Company; Jeffrey R. Holzschuh, chairman, institutional securities, Morgan Stanley; Richard Kauffman, chairman of energy and finance, office of the Governor, State of New York; and Michael Liebreich, founder and chairman of the advisory board, Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

REFF-Wall Street 2015 is going to focus heavily on the latest financing developments for renewable energy in areas   such as securitization, green bonds and yieldcos. As well as focusing on government policy and the role of the financial community in supporting renewable energy, the event aims to chart the way forward for the renewable energy financing industry for the years to come. Given the strong innovations that the financial community are showing in the renewable energy space, organizers expect this to be a very exciting year for the conference.

Online registration for REFF-Wall Street 2015 is now open.

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