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Rabobank has announced that Gregory Hutton has joined the firm's Renewable Energy and Infrastructure Finance (REIF) - Americas group as an executive director and senior originator.

Hutton will be responsible for structuring, executing and monitoring project financings for the bank in the Americas region, and will be based in New York.

Before joining Rabobank, Hutton was vice president for project finance in the power and environment team at UniCredit Bank in New York, where he focused on the North American renewable energy and conventional power sectors. Prior to that, he was a vice president in HSH Nordbank's energy group.

From 2001 to 2008, Hutton worked at Dexia Credit Local in the firm’s New York project finance group.



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