Alberto Preti

Alberto Preti

Alberto is an economist with 20+ years of experience in the transport sector, and he leads our offer in the ports and maritime sector.

He has successfully delivered complex projects for private and public clients across the globe, including due diligence advisory in ports, maritime, rail and freight major transactions, financial and market appraisals, and cost-benefit analyses of infrastructure investments at multiple ports in Europe and globally, traffic & revenue forecasts for terminal and shipping operators. His expertise spans the container, bulk, ferry and cruise sectors.

Alberto is an expert in providing strategic advice to clients in their investment and policy decisions, including risk analysis and sustainability appraisal.

Articles and insights by this expert

14 Sep 2023

Decarbonizing the ports and maritime sector: The challenges and opportunities

As the world eyes net zero by 2050, it is an increasingly pressing question, and one which must be answered given the fundamental role of...

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22 Apr 2020

The European Green Deal: opportunities for the transport sector

Navigating the complexity of European funding and assessing investment risks can be challenging, but the Green Deal can offer new opportunities for transport players to deliver innovation and support transport investment strategies to promote sustainable economic recovery.

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06 Apr 2018

The new Silk Route: opportunities and challenges for EU transport

The new Silk Route, or “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI), is a major policy initiative developed by China to improve connectivity between Asia and Europe.

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23 May 2017

Passenger night trains in Europe, the end of the line?

Passenger night trains carrying sleeping cars or couchette stock have been operated across Europe for over a century. Some railways continue to provide them as part of their long-distance services, or by agreement with neighbouring railways.

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