Mason Wallick | Managing Director
Infunde Development | Singapore

Mason Wallick, Managing Director, Infunde Development

Infunde Capital advises leading developers and lenders in relation to power and energy infrastructure project financings, recapitalizations, mergers and acquisitions. Since 2013, Infunde Capital has advised on successful debt and equity transactions and appraisals totalling over US$4 billion dollars of value in the Philippines, Singapore and China. 

Mr. Wallick has over 17 years of advisory experience in energy and power, and is recognized for his experience in project development, investment, and financing. His experience includes advisory services related to project finance, development, contract negotiation, due diligence, conventional and renewable technologies, economic and strategic evaluations, and energy risk management. He has overseen, managed, and executed advisory engagements through his career in relation to over US$40 billion dollars of utility-scale and renewable energy-related financings, developments, mergers and acquisitions globally. 

Mr. Wallick also holds senior leadership positions in non-profit organizations supporting the power development industry. 

Previously, Mr. Wallick held senior positions at internationally-recognized commercial and investment banks and consulting firms in the United States, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Mr. Wallick holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering as well as a Master of Science in Mineral Economics, both from the Colorado School of Mines.


Day One - Power VN @ 15:20

Panel Discussion: Why a higher FIT price is not the answer to bolster wind power?

  • Easing pressure on project cash flow and lowering long term risks of wind project financing through indexation of PPA price on inflation
  • Securing long term project debt financing
  • Ensuring optimum wind resource and installation costs to ensure financial viability in current environment of difficult financing
  • Case study of Vietnam’s first foreign owned wind project in Vietnam

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