Robert Lubin, Financial Advisor and Operating Executive Joins Corporate Fuel
Since 2010, Rob has been providing financial advisory services for a range of clients, including corporate development work for a leading New England scrap metal and plastics recycler; corporate finance support for a large private equity firm pursuing investments in the solid waste and recycling industry; business plan development and strategy support for several growing clean technology companies; and several interim CFO assignments for industrial businesses.
In addition to his recent financial advisory work, Rob was SVP of Strategy and Business Development for HiWave Energy, a clean technology plastics to fuel conversion company, Treasurer of Interstate Waste Services, a $225 million waste management and recycling business, Vice President of Finance and Business Development of TransLoad America, a fully integrated solid waste recovery, conversion and disposal company, and Managing Director of Red Oak Rail Transport, a vertically integrated rail-based waste logistics business.
Rob began his career in the Corporate Finance Department at Arthur Anderson and then led the Industrial and Growth Services Investment Banking Team at CIBC Oppenheimer. While at CIBC, Rob completed more than 30 engagements for waste, transportation and industrial supplies companies.
Rob graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in Political Science and received his MBA from The Darden Graduate School of Business.
Rob can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at Corporate Fuel at (646)-572-0432.
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