A firm focused on financial services within the energy sector has named two former Barclays investment bankers to its team.
Pickering Energy Partners announced that Jason Kivett and Robyn Underwood will join PEP to lead its traditional Energy Investment Banking Practice as managing directors. The team Kivett and Underwood join focuses on traditional oil and gas and will partner with the existing Renewables and Energy Transition advisory team, per a news release.
"Our clients turn to us for our dedication to the energy sector, and our ability to get deals done," Dan Pickering, chief investment officer of Pickering Energy Partners, says in a news release. “As the industry seeks more innovative financial solutions than ever before, our team is ready to support that demand."
With the expansion of this team, PEP has more than doubled its M&A advisory and capital raising team and its advisers worked on over $100 billion in transactions across corporate mergers, acquisitions, and more.
PEP also announced that Osmar Abib has joined the PEP Advisory Board. He worked over two decades with Credit Suisse and served most recently as the chairman of the Global Energy Group based in Houston and New York.
Another addition to the firm’s expanding investment banking platform, Osmar Abib joins the PEP Advisory Board. Abib provides rich market insights based on his experience as the former Global Head of Energy Investment Banking for Credit Suisse.
“Experience matters and we appreciate the deeply rooted relationships our new team members have developed over their careers,” Walker Moody, president of Pickering Energy Partners, adds in the release. “The PEP Investment Banking team knows energy, and they understand operators. We continue to play offense and bring on talented, experienced professionals to benefit our clients.”