Co-founder & Managing Director
Rushton Atlantic, LLC - www.rushtonatlantic.com
Mr. Kramer is co-founder and Managing Director of Rushton Atlantic, LLC, based in NYC. He is responsible for marketing and business development, and is the firm’s DFO. He has over 35 years experience in valuation and corporate finance. He has built businesses in valuation and banking, and specializes in consulting with clients on the application of valuation techniques in support of their requirements related to financing, investment, insurance, taxation, and financial reporting. His experience in valuation and financing covers a broad range of industries including power & energy, manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, and infrastructure.
Mr. Kramer was Managing Director and co-head of the Structured Finance Group, at American Appraisal Associates, Inc. the leading valuation practice serving the crossborder leasing industry. Prior to that, he had been Vice President, Capital Markets, at Marshall & Stevens, and co-head of its global lease appraisal practice
Previously, Mr. Kramer launched and managed equipment and facility leasing businesses, as both principal investor and financial advisor, at Credit Lyonnais and The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, Ltd
Mr. Kramer worked in corporate finance in Capstar Partners, Bank of America, and Trans World Airlines, and was a mechanical design engineer at Gibbs & Cox.
Cornell University- BS, Mechanical Engineering
Columbia University - MBA, Finance
Chairman - Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee to the US Secretary of Commerce
US DOE Future of the Grid Initiative – Steering Committee
Green States Energy – Board of Advisors
Association for Corporate Growth –Board Member, New York Chapter
Mr. Kramer has lectured on energy project finance at Cornell and Columbia and made numerous speeches the United States and Europe on the role of valuation in acquisition due diligence and in structured finance, and has written articles for a variety of financial industry publications.
Wednesday, September 25
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM