NEW YORK – Guggenheim Securities International Ltd., the international investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, announced today that Francesco Bedina has joined the firm as a Senior Managing Director in the power, energy, and renewables investment banking group in Europe.
Mr. Bedina joins Guggenheim from Neos Dialogos LLC, a strategic advisory firm that he originally founded in 2009, where he focused on energy and infrastructure. Previously Mr. Bedina served as Head of Energy, Infrastructure and Renewables in Europe at Altium Capital Limited and prior to that was Co-Head of European Utilities Investment Banking and European Head of Renewable Energy at UBS Investment Bank.
“Francesco is an important addition to our GSIL office in London,” said Co-CEO of Guggenheim Securities and Head of Investment Banking Mark Van Lith. “His long-standing relationships in the energy and renewables space will bring a new dimension to our European client coverage. We look forward to his continued success at Guggenheim.”
Mr. Bedina received his Master in International Economics and Management from SDA Bocconi in Milan, Italy and his degree in Economics and Banking from the University of Udine in Udine, Italy. He is based in Guggenheim’s London office.
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