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Americas Investing, Infrastructure Partners | 18 years industry experience
Americas Investing, Infrastructure Partners 18 years industry experience
Andrew Medvedev is a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners (“MSIP”) focusing on investing activities in the Americas. Andrew brings over 18 years of industry experience across power, utilities, energy and renewables. Since joining MSIP in 2012, Andrew has played a key role in a number of investments in the power and energy sectors, including Red Oak Power, Eureka Midstream and Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline.
Prior to joining MSIP, Andrew held several origination and execution roles in the investment banking groups of UBS and Lehman Brothers, focusing on the renewables, oil and gas, and utility sectors, as well as an investment advisory role at Bridgewater Associates.
Andrew holds an M.B.A. with Distinction from Harvard Business School and a B.A. in Economics summa cum laude from Case Western Reserve University.
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