True Green Capital Management has expanded by hiring a project finance official who was part of the team that moved from GE Energy Financial Services to Starwood Infrastructure Finance last year.

Chris Looram joined the C&I solar developer as vice president this month.

True Green has previously worked with Key Bank and Investec on project finance deals.

Looram is a former power trader, having joined Sempra Energy and Royal Bank of Scotland's commodity trading joint venture, RBS Sempra Commodities, in 2007.

When Sempra and RBS broke up the business and sold it to Noble Energy and JP Morgan Ventures Energy in 2010, he stayed on at Noble as a commodities analyst (PFR, 1/28/10, 9/20/10).

He went on to work at Freepoint Commodities before joining GE EFS in 2013 as assistant vice president. Starwood Property Trust acquired GE EFS's project finance business last year before rebranding it Starwood Infrastructure Finance (PFR, 8/8/18).

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