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Maximilian Czernin works with private- and public-sector clients in the renewables, energy, and infrastructure sectors to answer questions of financial and regulatory economics and valuation. He believes sound economics and corporate finance principles provide solid foundations for economic advice and lead to better business and policy decisions.


Mr. Czernin has worked on due diligence assignments for large transactions in the regulated UK networks sector, assisted UK and European utility companies on regulatory finance issues, and analyzed economic damages for prominent international arbitration cases. His recent experience includes the valuation of a range of offshore wind assets during an international arbitration proceeding against a European state. In his projects, Mr. Czernin turns complex economic and financial issues into actionable insights.   

Mr. Czernin has used his knowledge of regulatory frameworks and commercial market conditions to support investors during due diligence assignments involving large energy network assets in the UK and the Middle East. He has also assisted regulated utility companies and regulators in the UK, continental Europe, and Australia with topics such as cost of capital estimations, financeability assessments, regulatory financial modelling, and energy market design. In international arbitration, he has supported clients through economic loss assessments in the renewables, oil and gas, aviation, and real estate sectors.


  • MSc in economics, University College London
  • BSc in economics and philosophy, London School of Economics


  • German