Nopadej Karnasuta | Chief Finance Officer
B Grimm Power Public Company

Nopadej Karnasuta, Chief Finance Officer, B Grimm Power Public Company

Nopadej is a Chief Financial Officer and a Senior Executive Vice President and of B.Grimm Power Public Company Limited.  He is currently in charge of;
-    Accounting 
-    Insurance Management
-    MIS
-    Project Finance & Control

Prior to joining B.Grimm Power PCL, Nopadej was in charge as a First Senior Vice President in the Multi-Corporate Business Department, mainly responsible for completed financial solutions and as a banking service provider to large conglomerate, these being in Power and Utility sectors; including renewable energy, Government and State Enterprises, Transportation and Contractors. His experience covers various financial backgrounds including corporate financing, project financing, and treasury management with Kasikorn Bank. 

Prior to joining KBank, Nopadej had extensive experience with the Bank of Thailand and the Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand (IFCT) in business development areas.  Afterward, he joined Electricity Generating PCL. (EGCO) as a treasury management and project finance associate.  He was mainly accountable for strategies on both debt and equity investment and fund raising for EGCO and its subsidiaries and affiliates.

Nopadej holds a Bachelors in Economics from the University of Maryland and a Masters in Economics from the University of Texas.


Day One Future Energy Show Thailand @ 14:00

KEYNOTE: Panel Discussion - Financing Renewable Energy Projects in Thailand & Asia

  • What are the latest trends and issues in financing renewable energy projects?
  • What kind of energy and project finance policies in Thailand does international banks want to see? How can Thailand encourage their participation?
  • How is Thailand’s local banking financing renewable energy projects? How easy it is to access local currency financing?
  • What are the characteristics of multilateral capital in financing renewable energy in Thailand – their risk appetite, credit enhancement, market making and the soft power to influence government policy making?
  • Are all investor classes stepping into the fold to drive renewable energy projects forward in Thailand? How to motivate new sources of financing for renewable energy?
last published: 27/Nov/19 06:45 GMT

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