Spring 2013 MBA Course

B9301-123: Financing Energy Markets

M - Full Term, 04:00PM to 07:15PM

Location: URI 303

Instructor: Brooks Klimley

Corequisite(s): B6302


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The global energy industry is comprised of the largest and most interrelated set of businesses in the world. From its inception, the industry has grown dramatically to provide ever increasing amounts of energy and power to commercial, industrial and retail consumers around the world. Given its unique industry structure, specialized financing techniques have been developed to expand and/or complement conventional public and private financing alternatives. These specialized financing approaches have, in turn, allowed the energy industry to access an unprecedented range of capital sources to finance its increasingly complex and challenging business model.


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Brooks Klimley

Adjunct ProfessorMr. Klimley currently acts as President of Brooks J. Klimley & Associates, an energy advisory services firm focused on mergers & acquisitions strategy and execution, financial restructurings and capital raising for energy and power companies. In addition, he is an Adjunct Professor at both the Columbia Business School and the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs, where he teaches graduate level courses focused on the terms...

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