Seven Seas Water Corp. announced that Lee Muller has joined the company as senior vice president, CFO and a member of the executive committee.
Muller joins Seven Seas Water from ContourGlobal, a player in the global energy market, where he was executive vice president and CFO. Muller was a core member of the management team and was responsible for commercial and investment banking, multilateral and rating agency relationships. During his tenure at ContourGlobal, Muller negotiated project and corporate financings, including several Euromoney Project Finance Deals of the Year.
Prior to ContourGlobal, Muller was an investment banker with Goldman Sachs where he specialized in international project financing and was responsible for originating, structuring and executing complex infrastructure financings in the international bank and capital markets.
"Mr. Muller's experience executing on global growth strategies with a successful start-up company brings value to the Seven Seas Water team," said Robert Dixon, Seven Seas Water's CEO. "He has an extensive background in investment banking for large international energy projects, and this knowledge correlates well with our build-own-operate business model for water services. Mr. Muller's skill in establishing finance arrangements with both private and government-supported entities is precisely the expertise we were looking for to support our growth initiatives."
"I am thrilled to join Seven Seas Water and look forward to working with its talented management team in executing the company's global growth mandate," Muller said. "With its solid operating capability, the company is well-positioned to capitalize on favorable industry and market dynamics."
Source: Seven Seas Water