Iván López joins Renewable Power Capital, Spain with the responsibility of assisting in the development, analysis and asset management of renewable power projects across Europe. Prior to joining RPC, Iván spent 4 years in the infrastructure sector analysing assets like roads, hospitals, PV plants, winds farms oil and gas in international companies like Sacyr Concesiones or Grupo Cobra. During this time, he contributed to a diverse range of transactions from public tenders by selling down the asset, including debt sizing and M&A transactions.
He holds a Masters in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking from IEB (class of 2020) and a Bachelor degree in Business administration from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Class of 2015). Iván was also a rugby captain at university and competes in the Spanish rugby league.
I am a project Manager based in Madrid, I am in charge of the financial and modelling requests in Madrid, and I am responsible for leading one of the company’s deals with an amazing partner.
A normal day at RPC starts with checking emails and doing whatever the deals demand. As a project manager I do whatever is necessary in each moment, I consider my self a Swiss army knife, with a complete profile - adapting as each moment requires.
I found a good team, with exceptional people, and a huge amount of talent and experience. The best thing about being part of the RPC team, is without doubt, the people
My proudest career moment was when I realized that teamwork is much more important than the individual. From that moment on, I worked better and even more relaxed.
In my free time I play CrossFit and even compete at an amateur level. The sport is really important to me, it is where I can disconnect from reality and just empty my mind.
My favourite place in Europe is Iceland, the nature of that island is huge and amazing. You can breathe real air and connect with yourself.
My favourite clean technology is a wind farm because of the ways you can extract efficiency from a project. Each asset provides an opportunity for margin and value.