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MET Group appoints Alexander Alting von Geusau as new member of the Executive Board

MET Group appoints Alexander Alting von Geusau as new member of the Executive Board

November 2, 2023

Swiss-based energy company MET Group has hired Alexander Alting von Geusau as Advisor to the Group CEO. In this newly created role, he will be a member of the Executive Board of MET Holding and report directly to MET Group’s Chairman and CEO, Benjamin Lakatos.

Alexander Alting von Geusau is an accomplished corporate finance executive with over 25 years of experience across Asia and Europe. His international skill set will significantly contribute to MET’s growth strategy.

He has been Managing Director Utilities and Renewable since 2003 at ING Bank in London and played a prominent role in various sector projects in the context of energy transition developments. In his capacity as Global Head for the Utility Sector at ING, he was responsible for the management of a multi-billion-euro lending portfolio and actively led numerous strategic transactions for most major utilities.

Alexander Alting von Geusau joined ING in 1997 in the Project and Structured Finance department in Singapore, then moved to Corporate Finance in Hong Kong in 1999 to become the Head of the Utilities sector in Asia. Prior to joining ING, he worked for 10 years as a corporate lawyer in an international law firm in Singapore, Rotterdam and New York. He holds a Master of Laws degree from Leiden University in the Netherlands.


MET Group

MET Group is an integrated European energy company, headquartered in Switzerland, with activities and assets in natural gas and power markets. MET is present in 15 countries through subsidiaries, 30 national gas markets, and 22 international trading hubs. MET has extensive experience in operating green (renewable) and flexible (conventional) energy assets, thus providing the widest possible support to energy transition. In 2022, MET Group’s consolidated sales revenue amounted to EUR 41.5 billion, with a total traded volume of natural gas amounting to 109 BCM and total traded electricity of 67 TWh.