Peter Keller is an experienced energy professional who has been involved in oil and gas finance since 1978 and utility/power finance since 2003. He has strong skills in transaction negotiation, origination, and structuring in both the institutional and corporate banking sectors. He has arranged and participated in transactions across the spectrum from exploration and production, midstream, refining, and pipeline to nuclear, fossil, and renewable generation to transmission and distribution. He headed the team responsible for much of BNY Mellon’s investment grade debt-capital markets business. He drove significant revenue growth across BNY Mellon’s largest portfolio outside of financial institutions as a team leader and as the relationship lead on a number of franchise relationships.
Mr. Keller has a deep background in relationship management, risk management, industry analysis, and marketing. He is active in national organizations including the American Gas Association, Edison Electric Institute, NEI-INPO Senior Executive Leadership Program, Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Conference, Nuclear Energy Institute, and Utility Pension Fund Study Group. He has been a speaker at industry conferences, workshops, and hearings.
BA, History, Environmental Studies, Economics
The Bank of New York (BNY Mellon)
1998 - 2014
RPI Institutional Services
1981 - 1998
Midlantic National Bank
Corporate banking officer
1975 - 1981
News & Insights
Seminars & Speaking Engagements
- December 5-6, 2017
- December 14-15, 2016
- December 10-11, 2015
Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York
Advisory Committee and Grants Policy Committee
St. Matthew’s Church
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