FORCE For Knowledge
A Panel Discussion On
Distressed Investing In Oil & Gas
Energy is a volatile category right now. As often happens, however, uncertainty creates opportunity. Such is the case with upstream energy investment funds. Please join us for an online panel discussion with leading analysts who will talk about the opportunity Aegon Upstream Energy Fund offers to investors in today’s market.
Date & Time:
July 16, 12:00 PM EDT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
About the Event:
Energy is a volatile category right now. As often happens, however, uncertainty creates opportunity. Such is the case with upstream energy investment funds.
The current upstream oil and gas market is fragmented and distressed with many publicly traded energy companies divesting themselves of mature, producing assets. This creates an opportunity for niche operators to acquire these assets at potentially attractive prices and optimize their operation.
Aegon Upstream Energy Funds offer several highlights
- Access to proprietary deal flow
- In-depth knowledge of assets
- Structuring expertise
Please join us for an online panel discussion with leading analysts who will talk about the opportunity Aegon Upstream Energy Fund offers to investors in today’s market.
Lindsay Schumacher is senior vice president for multiple functional areas primarily responsible for energy and natural resource investments within the Private Equity group. He oversees various key functions including the Appraisal Real Valuation group. Lindsay is a member of the Real Estate Investment Committee. He has been in the industry since 1979 and started with Aegon Real Assets US in 1983. He received his BA from Macalester College, was awarded a Counselor of Real Estate (CRE) designation and earned a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Fellowship (FRICS) designation.
Matt Willer, CPA, is lead portfolio manager of Real Estate Private Equity focusing on energy and natural resources. He is also responsible for due diligence, asset management, and financial reporting since 2007. Matt has been in the industry since 1999 and started with the firm and its affiliates in 1999. He is a Certified Public Accountant and received his BBA from Iowa State University and an MBA from the University of Iowa. Matt maintains the Series7 and 66 registrations and is a registered representative of Foreside Fund Services, LLC.
Rich Kradjel is Managing Director responsible for Société Générale’s Equity Private Placement in the U.S. He joined the Natural Resource Group in 2015 and is responsible for the origination, execution and private placement of unregistered equity, equity-linked and mezzanine debt securities for energy, infrastructure, project finance, mining and commodity clients. Mr.Kradjel joined SG Americas Securities in 2010 and had been working as a member of the Equity Capital Markets team. Formerly an engineer at MPR Associates, a consulting engineering firm specializing in nuclear and fossil fuel power plant design. Mr. Kradjel holds a BS in Chemical Engineering at the Rice University and an MBA in Accounting and Finance at The University of Chicago – Booth School of Business. He also has an Advanced Certificate in Federal Taxation from New York University.
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