NEW YORK–Rabobank recently announced that Gregory Hutton has been appointed as the new Regional Head of Project Finance, Americas, based in New York. Mr. Hutton replaces Thomas Emmons, who is leaving a career in banking to pursue other investing activities in renewable energy and sustainable infrastructure.

“We look forward to maintaining the strong momentum and market presence we have built in the Americas, and I know this team, under Gregory’s leadership, will continue to grow the Project Finance business while enhancing Rabobank’s leadership in this critical field,” said Rajiv Singh, CEO, Rabobank North America Wholesale.

Mr. Hutton has been a senior member of Rabobank’s New York Project Finance team since 2012 where he has played an integral role in building the Project Finance business, negotiating, managing and closing many key deals for the bank.

Rabobank Group is a global financial services leader providing wholesale and retail banking, leasing, real estate, and renewable energy project financing in 45 countries. Founded over a century ago, Rabobank is one of the largest banks in the world, with approximately $750 billion in assets and operations in more than 40 countries.