Alan Yazdabadi was a co-founder of Armstrong Energy. He had previously worked for Low Carbon Investors (UK) Limited (“LCIUK”) as group financial controller.
Alan began his career at KPMG where he spent five years, initially focusing on smaller more entrepreneurial organisations where he qualified as a chartered accountant. Alan then worked in KPMG’s Global Infrastructure and Projects Group which focused on the structuring, financing and procurement of large infrastructure projects. Between leaving KPMG and founding a LED lighting business, Alan spent two years as a corporate finance analyst focused on venture capital and hedge fund related investments.
Alan joined LCIUK in 2010 where he played a key role in advising Downing on more than £45m in feed-in-tariff projects in solar and wind assets.
Alan has a first class degree in Economics and Politics and is a Chartered Accountant.