Peter Flynn serves as managing partner and executive vice president of Bostonia Partners – an investment banking, financial services, and securities sales and trading firm he co-founded – and has structured and placed around $1 billion in federal, municipal and commercial energy efficiency and renewable energy projects while with the firm.
According to the company, the 20-year law and finance veteran was lead banker on two of the largest-ever federal energy energy savings performance projects.
- $102 million project for the U.S. Navy in Japan
- $160 million project for the Food and Drug Administration.
He is the co-author of “Unique Issues Associated with Financing Federal Government Receivables” an article that appeared in The Journal of Structured Finance.
A Boston Univeristy School of Law graduate, Flynn earned an undergraduate degree with Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa honors at Syracuse University and has a professional background in additional areas including project finance, real estate finance, securitization and public private partnerships.
He also serves as a member of the planning committee for GovEnergy, a tradeshow and workshop designed to help Federal agencies meet energy management goals and mandates.