Šarūnas Stepukonis has been with BaltCap, the largest private equity manager in the Baltic countries, since 2011. He led the establishment of the first infrastructure fund in the Baltics, funded by institutional investors such as European Investment Bank, Nefco and local pension funds. The Fund has already invested in 48MW biomass plant project and will continue to fund climate change mitigating projects for the next 5 years. Previously, Sarunas led BaltCap’s investment in 24MW, was a Chairman of the Board at the largest pan-Baltic branded coffee shop chain Caffeine and served as a Board member in Labochema, a pan-Baltic laboratory supplier as well as YPV, building maintenance service provider in Lithuania. Prior to joining BaltCap, he worked in a regional corporate finance boutique. Sarunas has finished Project and Infrastructure Finance Programme at London Business School and has a Bachelor’s degree in Finance Management from Kaunas University of Technology.