Peter D’Anieri has worked for Sewall since 2017, after many years in forest investment management. His responsibilities at Sewall include forest economic and investment research, forest valuation support, benchmarking studies, and reviewing timberland allocations among entities. Peter also works on litigation-related matters and ad hoc projects suited to his experience in the forest investment business.
Peter’s timberland investment experience has included roles as analyst, investment officer, and portfolio manager. He has directed functions including portfolio management, research, and client service. His work has focused on implementing forest investment strategies, quantifying intrinsic value for buy/hold/sell decision-making, and managing investor relationships. Peter has also earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Prior to joining Sewall, as an independent consultant, Peter developed forest investment strategies for prospective investors and was lead researcher and author of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s “Timberland in Institutional Investment Portfolios” project. In the early part of his career, Peter worked in research and authored or co-authored technical reports and papers published both in conference proceedings and peer-reviewed journals.
Peter earned an M.B.A. at the University of Notre Dame after graduating from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University with an M.S. in Forestry and the University of Maine with majors in Forestry and Wildlife Management.