Director, Global Sustainable Finance
Bank of America
- SESSION 11 Panel Discussion: Financing, Regulations & Policies Subsidising Hydrogen Projects & Developments
Michael Mudd is a Director in Bank of America’s Global Sustainable Finance Group (GSFG) where he is a member of the Innovation team. The Innovation team leads Bank of America’s capital deployment into new clean energy and sustainable infrastructure asset classes including: hydrogen, carbon markets, sustainable aviation fuels, waste-to-energy, water infrastructure, and sustainable agriculture/aquaculture.
Prior to his role in Global Sustainable Finance, Michael was an equity portfolio manager for BofA Global Research’s Portfolio team. In this role, Michael led the International and US Quality concentrated equity strategies, which were proprietary offerings for Merrill clients. Michael is a graduate of Columbia School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) with a Master of International Affairs specializing in Energy and the Environment. Michael is also a graduate of Miami University (OH) with a BSc and MA in Economics.