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Beginning his banking career at Citibank, N.A. in 1967, Viney managed the retail and commercial lending portfolio with a regional focus for eleven years. His tailored solutions and client-centered approach fostered trusting relationships with clients. In 1994, Viney founded Transcontinental Energy Company, Inc. (TEC), a Boston-based project financing boutique that provides financial engineering solutions in emerging market countries. TEC's notable accomplishments include catalyzing and developing winning project awards totaling US $2. billion for two combined-cycle power plants and a liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification terminal in a global bid environment. Additionally, TEC developed a US $150 million infrastructure fund structure in collaboration with Commerzbank.


 Viney has formed over a dozen strategic alliances and joint ventures for mega projects in partnership with leading energy firms such as Williams Companies, Unocal, Black and Veatch, Tenaska, United Technologies, Koc Holdings, and Texaco, in diverse overseas locations. His knowledge of structured products and experience with appropriate credit rating entities is extensive. Viney is well-versed in legal documentation, accounting, taxation, swaps, and inflation-indexed products.


In addition to his business activities, Viney serves on the Adjunct Faculty at Harvard University, where he teaches a variety of Finance courses, including Private Equity, Venture Capital, Investment Banking, and Project Finance. He holds a Master of Science in Management degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Sloan and is an energy industry specialist. Viney authored a thesis on "Privatization of the Energy Sector in India" under the supervision of the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research. 


Specialties: Viney's specialties include project financing, financial engineering, energy industry, structured products, credit rating agencies, legal documentation, accounting, taxation, swaps, and inflation-indexed products.

Viney Sawhney

Harvard University

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