Anmay Dittman, Director, is a senior investor in BlackRock’s Renewable Power Group, which currently manages over US$9 billion for investment in global climate infrastructure across 6 funds and over 300 renewable power projects. She is the Co-Portfolio Manager for the Climate Finance Partnership, an innovative blended finance fund that is mobilizing private capital into clean power and infrastructure investments in emerging markets. Anmay is responsible for leading investment and strategy execution, developing and structuring new products, negotiating deal documentation, supervising due diligence, and advising on investment and divestiture strategy, portfolio optimization and asset management. Prior to her current position, Anmay was Head of Strategic Execution for the Real Assets business, where she led the development, management and execution of strategic initiatives for the platform.
Prior to joining BlackRock, she was a Director & Senior Counsel at Deutsche Bank, where she headed the legal coverage in the Americas for the Global Investment Solutions business, with responsibilities including the structuring of bespoke financial instruments providing synthetic exposure to a multitude of investment strategies. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Anmay was a Vice President & Associate General Counsel at Goldman Sachs, where she worked alongside the commodities principal investing team responsible for investing in and managing the commodity assets on Goldman’s balance sheet. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Anmay was an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, where she served as the primary fund counsel to the Morgan Stanley Infrastructure platform, advising on fund formation, portfolio investment and asset management in addition to working closely with the deal teams to facilitate transactions.
Anmay began her career as an associate at Shearman & Sterling where she concentrated primarily in project and structured finance. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Politics from New York University and Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law.