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Roberto Peralta, Sammy Suzuki, Kevin Maxwell, Peter Sang, Sanjay Arora, Amelie Derosne, Thomas Brigandi

Thomas Brigandi is an associate analyst in the Global Project and Infrastructure Finance Group at a Credit Rating Agency, where he serves as a lead analyst for 34 power, toll-road, airport, port, and project finance credits. Brigandi also serves on a Credit Rating Agency's public pension steering committee, ESG Americas working group and veteran recruiting sub-committee. Brigandi previously worked at the ~$180bn NYC Pension Fund, where he focused on energy and natural resources and reported directly to the chief investment officer. Brigandi, CFA Institute's Inaugural Global Outstanding Young Leader and CFA Society New York's 2016 Benjamin Graham Distinguished Service Award, 2017 and 2015 Volunteer of the Year and 2013 Young Investment Professional Award recipient, has organized 54 CFA Society conferences that were attended by more than 9,700 investment professionals, in addition to over 370 speakers who collectively and directly oversee in excess of $35 trillion in assets under management or advisory. Brigandi, the founder of CFA Society New York's Asset Owner Series, Emerging and Frontier Market Series and Annual Global Infrastructure Conference, leads a team of several hundred investment professional CFA Society volunteers globally. While serving as the Director of Global Volunteers of the American Foundation for African Children's Education, Brigandi organized the NASDAQ Closing Bell Ceremony on September 23, 2011, hosted for the President of Sierra Leone. Brigandi has cultivated professional relationships with thousands of asset owner, sell-side and buy-side investment professionals globally and maintains over 9,200 connections ‎on LinkedIn. Brigandi holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Accounting and Economics from the Macaulay Honors College at the City University of New York, from where he received the college's inaugural Alumni Pioneer Award.

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