17 - 18 October 2023, New York

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Brian Boufarah

Partner
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Brian Boufarah

Brian is an accounting and deal management partner in Deloitte Advisory’s Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures practice.  Brian has over 25 years experience at Deloitte & Touche LLP, including a vast range of services such as M&A transaction advisory services, audit, accounting consultation, Carve-out, IPO and other special projects.   Brian is a leader on our M&A Energy, Resources & Industrials Industry team and serves national and international clients on a wide array of transactions.

Brian focuses his efforts primarily in the Power, Utility and Renewable sector within our Energy, Resources, and Industrials industry team, serving financial (private equity and infrastructure investors) and large strategic/corporate  buyer clients.   Brian has assisted clients on transactions ranging from tens of millions of dollars to greater than $25bb, including numerous strategic buyer acquisitions in excess of $10bb.

Brian’s experience includes more than 15 years assisting clients in all aspects of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and more than 10 years of providing attest services to a large mix of clients across the energy industry, including two Fortune 500 power and utility companies.

Brian is currently a licensed CPA in New York and New Jersey.  He is a member of the AICPA and the NJ Society of CPA’s.

Brian graduated Cum Laude from Rider University in 1993 and earned his MBA with Beta Gamma Sigma
distinction in 2003 from Columbia University.

04 Oct
14:00
 - 14:40 GMT
(A) Wind Power Finance & Investment
Panel Discussion

In 2021, the total value of M&A transactions in the global wind space almost doubled; from $106 billion in 2020 to $210 billion. How did 2022 compare?

  • What drove deals in 2022 and will we match 2021’s volumes?
  • Utilities, SPACs, Sovereign Wealth Funds…Are new investors coming to the table in greater numbers to meet ESG and decarbonization goals?
  • How accurate are valuations?