DENVER, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Burleson LLP attorneys will join private equity, banking, and capital markets experts in a panel discussion on April 16 to share key insights on effective energy finance strategies in the new price environment. The complimentary, firm-hosted luncheon is part of Burleson's ongoing educational series and will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Magnolia Hotel in Denver.
A range of topics will be covered in the talk, including recapitalizations of senior debt with new debt and/or private equity, opportunities for buyers of assets and debt, and innovative deal structures.
Adam Veltri, Managing Partner of Burleson's Denver office, said, "The current price environment has posed a number of challenges and opportunities for companies with interests in the oil and gas sector. Our goal in hosting this session is to provide insight on how E&P companies, banks, and other institutional lenders are responding to market changes. We will offer key considerations for optimizing finance strategies in today's economic climate."
In addition to Veltri, the event will feature the following panelists:
- Kevin Donaldson, Senior Vice President of Amegy Bank's Denver Energy Group
- Michael Stolze, CPA, Vice President of SFC Energy Partners
- Tim Sulser, Director of Investment Banking of Tudor Pickering Holt & Co.
- Ken Witt (moderator), Partner in Corporate and Securities in Burleson's Denver office
The seminar is part of the firm's Trends, Terms and Lessons Learned series, which is designed to encourage open discussions of significant issues impacting the energy industry and other sectors served by Burleson. For more information on the event, including how to register, click here.
About Burleson LLP
Burleson LLP is a full-service corporate law firm that serves clients in a diverse range of industries. Known for its expertise in energy – and with a presence in every major North American producing region – the firm also represents companies in matters that include litigation, mergers and acquisitions, tax, regulatory, real estate, bankruptcy and restructuring, finance, insurance, and labor and employment. With its broad-based corporate capabilities and mid-market rates, Burleson LLP delivers the kind of high-quality, high-value, highly efficient legal services demanded by businesses in and out of the energy industry. For further information, visit www.burlesonllp.com.
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