• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Clio Crespy

Guggenheim Securities

Senior Managing Director

Clio Crespy is a Senior Managing Director at Guggenheim Securities focused on the Carbon Management and Energy sectors, responsible for Majors and Large-Caps coverage, and is the Sustainability co-lead for the Firm. With over 17 years of investment banking and corporate finance experience, Mrs. Crespy has advised companies across a broad array of industries in connection with mergers and acquisitions (M&A), strategic divestitures, cross-border transactions, public and private capital raising, contested shareholder situations and hostile transactions. Mrs. Crespy has advised on numerous transactions worth more than $150 billion in combined value. Prior to joining Guggenheim, Mrs. Crespy was a Managing Director at Evercore based in Houston and focused on public M&A in the Energy sector. Prior to Evercore, she worked at BNP Paribas in their M&A group, both in Paris and New York, where she helped build the investment banking advisory practice in the Americas. She began her career at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. on the finance and private sector development team. Mrs. Crespy was named in the Oil & Gas Investor’s 2017 “Forty Under 40” list. Mrs. Crespy earned a Master’s Degree in Finance and Strategy, Cum Laude, from Sciences Po Paris, France.

Sessions With Clio Crespy

Wednesday, 8 March

  • 02:25pm - 03:05pm (CST) / 08/mar/2023 08:25 pm - 08/mar/2023 09:05 pm

    Spotlight | The Business of Carbon Management

    Carbon Management/Decarbonization
    Transitioning the global economy to a low-carbon energy system will require a range of solutions—carbon capture, hydrogen, renewable power generation. While many of these are on the cusp of wide-scale deployment, uncertainties remain in cost and potential commercial strategies as firms look to create sustainable businesses out of their efforts. How will these new low-carbon value chains evolve? What new commercial models will arise, and who is best positioned to capture them? What policies and incentives can accelerate their advancement, and how can emerging sources of capital catalyze them?