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Mark Glotfelty joined Goldman Sachs in 1997 and currently serves as Vice President. He is a member of the Goldman Sachs Energy Group and practice leader of its rural electric cooperative banking franchise.

Glotfelty has 18 years of experience financing rural electric and public power utilities. He served as lead banker on the landmark $1.3 billion buyout by Great River Energy from Rural Utilities Services. He also serves as lead banker to Oglethorpe Power Corporation in the financing of Plant Vogtle Units 3 & 4, the first new nuclear construction project in the U.S. in over 20 years. Glotfelty has worked on the restructuring of several of the country’s largest public power utilities, including the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, New York Power Authority, and Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company.

Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Glotfelty was an associate director in the Public Finance Department of Standard & Poor’s Ratings Group. During his tenure there Glotfelty was team leader for the rural electric cooperative and public power sectors and was responsible for the credit analyses of some of the nation’s largest rural electric cooperatives and public power utilities.

Glotfelty holds a BSPA in Policy and Administration from IU Bloomington, and an MPA in Public Management from IUPUI.