Mergers & Acquisitions
Jeremy Fago is the U.S. Power & Utilities Deals Leader at PwC.
After each financial quarter winds up, a note turns up in our inboxes reminding us that Jeremy Fago and his U.S. power and utilities deals team at PwC has put out another analysis of what just happened in mergers and acquisitions in our industry. And as usual we reply saying, yes, please, give us some more Jeremy.
Because these quarterly interviews provide Public Utilities Fortnightly readers with extraordinarily-insightful reviews of not just the industry's ongoing consolidation but also its strategic transformation.
How is the road to renewables reflected in the deals? How is the regulatory environment baked in? What about the risks from all directions from wildfires to the wild west of cyber bandits to the twists and turns of extreme weather events? Industry players are adjusting to these climatic changes. Read on and Jeremy will tell you what just happened and more important what's about to happen next.
PUF's Steve Mitnick: Remind us all again of your PwC team's role with respect to deals?
Jeremy Fago: I lead our power and utilities deals practice in the U.S. My focus is obviously primarily deals related, but that is broad as you think about all of the transactional aspects underpinning this industry and the changes we are going through.