Matthew Bertolatus

Senior Vice President

Mr. Bertolatus is a Senior Vice President in Houlihan Lokey’s Power & Utilities Group. He is based in the firm’s Minneapolis office.

Since joining the firm, Mr. Bertolatus has worked on a variety of transactions in the conventional and renewable power space, including advising Panasonic on its divestiture of an investment in Coronal Energy, Macquarie’s sale of an interest in the Antelope Valley Station, and Intermountain Wind’s sale of the Boswell Springs Wind Farm to Alterra Power. He has also advised on the restructurings of Panda Temple 1; Homer City Generation, LP; Illinois Power Generating Co.; SunEdison; and various other engagements. 

Before joining Houlihan Lokey, Mr. Bertolatus was a founding member of Geronimo Energy, a full-service renewable energy developer based in Minnesota. While there, he focused on corporate development and project finance and was involved in executing both the firm’s strategic partnership with Enel Green Power and the acquisition of more than 2,000 MW of development assets from third parties. Prior to Geronimo, he worked in private equity and traditional asset management for U.S. Bank in Minneapolis.

Mr. Bertolatus holds a B.A. in Mathematics and Management Studies from St. Olaf College and is a CFA charterholder.

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