Mr. LeBlanc is a Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of OECD Infrastructure Equity Investments at J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets. He has 20 years of energy finance and private equity experience in the development and acquisition of power generation facilities, natural resources production, distributed cogeneration assets, regulated distribution assets, alternative fuels companies, as well as pipelines and other midstream assets. Additionally, Mr. LeBlanc currently serves on the boards for Summit Utilities, Zephyr Wind, SouthWest Water Company and Southwest Generation.
Prior to J.P. Morgan, Mr. LeBlanc spent nearly 11 years at ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC where he was a Principal and responsible for the origination, execution and management of power and energy investments and led over $3 billion in energy infrastructure asset transactions in the U.S. and Europe. Mr. LeBlanc also held senior roles in Berenson Minella & Company’s energy advisory practice and the Global Power Group at Salomon Smith Barney having started his career at The NorthBridge Group, an economic and strategic consulting firm.
Mr. LeBlanc earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Economics from Dartmouth College and a Master of Business Administration from the Yale School of Management. In addition to his responsibilities for the IIF investment portfolio, he also serves on the Advisory Board of the Yale Center for Business and the Environment.