Han Meng has a long career in investment banking (Credit Suisse, ABN AMRO and Standard Chartered), where he was mostly in M&A and Project Finance and private equity before focusing on the green economy in 2008. He joined Climate Change Capital (a UK firm which managed the world’s largest private carbon fund -EUR 800m) as Director to start up its private equity business in China. In 2009, he left to found Nature Elements Capital, a specialist fund manager in renewable energy and cleantech. Has both an RMB and USD fund focused largely in China. Han Meng remains on all its funds’ Investment Committees and in charge of all its transaction execution and its business outside of China. In 2012, he founded ADL Capital Advisors and ADL Capital Investments (“ADLcap”), which is both an investment and advisory firm. A core industry focus is in the green economy, in particular, the waste, wastewater and energy efficiency sectors. ADLcap is a much broader business in that it does advisory work (largely in M&A and Project finance) and invests as principal and project developer in the green sector. A key business model is having joint ventures with early-stage technology companies in the green economy and developing large-scale projects that deploys these technologies across the Asian region. ADLcap’s core expertise is innovative structuring and financing across the entire capital stack, including equity, quasi-equity, mezzanine, convertibles, project finance and trade finance with a core focus on green financing. Han Meng is a frequent expert speaker on the conference circuit and sits on several Advisory Boards.