Mar 1, 2018

Marathon Capital Welcomes John Chang as Managing Director

CHICAGO, IL — March 1, 2018 — Marathon Capital announced today that John Chang has joined the firm as a Managing Director. Mr. Chang comes to Marathon after serving for many years as the Head of Power & Utilities - North America for Rothschild & Co. ("Rothschild"). At Rothschild since 1998, Mr. Chang has been responsible for completing more than $100bn of energy and utility-related transactions. Prior to Rothschild, Mr. Chang held progressively senior positions with Iroquois Gas Transmission System, Boston Pacific Company, and Pace Global Energy.

At Marathon Capital, Mr. Chang will leverage his prior experience to continue to build the firm’s highly-successful renewables platform and to continue to develop Marathon’s fossil fuel generation, utilities, infrastructure and transmission practices.

“Marathon Capital is incredibly fortunate to have attracted John into a senior banking role. He brings a rare combination of technical knowledge, deep experience with complex transactions, understanding of regulatory structures and a spectacular track record with both clients and investors.” said Ted Brandt, CEO of Marathon Capital.

“I am thrilled to join Marathon Capital,” stated John Chang, “and look forward to working with Ted and his team to further expand Marathon Capital’s differentiated platform, delivering independent, value-added advisory services and transactional support to clients focused on the global energy and infrastructure markets.”

About Marathon Capital:

Marathon Capital is a leading financial advisory and investment banking firm focused on providing financial advice in the areas of M&A, capital raising of debt and equity, project finance, tax equity, financial restructuring, recapitalization, bankruptcy and workout situations in the energy sector. Marathon Capital is a four-time recipient of the "Best Renewable Asset M&A Advisor" Award (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017), "Renewable Generating Project Finance Deal of the Year" Award (2016) and first-time recipient of the "Best Asset M&A Advisor (2017) in Power Finance & Risk's Annual Power Finance Deals and Firms Awards.