Taylor-DeJongh (TDJ) has recruited Paolo Curiel as a senior associate at corporate headquarters in Washington, DC. Curiel has six years of experience advising companies and governments on private investments in energy and infrastructure, including structuring and executing project/structured financings and M&A transactions, performing financial due diligence, developing complex financial models, performing credit analyses, drafting valuations reports and information memoranda, and negotiating term sheets and closing documents.
He has worked on projects in several emerging markets including Argentina, Brazil, Jamaica, Panama, Jordan, UAE, Russia, Romania and Vietnam.
Before joining Taylor-DeJongh, Curiel was a consultant at the World Bank, where he analysed investments in emerging markets and risk mitigation instruments and their application in energy and infrastructure sector transactions.
At PricewaterhouseCoopers Corporate Finance, he was an investment banking associate in energy and infrastructure, where he executed a variety of structured and project finance and M&A transactions.