in a large number of transactions
across a wide spectrum of industries
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (May 10, 2018) – Farlie Turner & Co. (“Farlie Turner”), a leading investment bank serving middle market companies, is pleased to announce the addition of Stephen Gallagher as Managing Director in its Energy & Power practice. Mr. Gallagher joins Farlie Turner after serving as Managing Director in the Merger and Acquisitions group for Wells Fargo in Houston and London. In his nearly twenty-year career with Wells Fargo, Mr. Gallagher advised on a wide range of merger and acquisitions and capital markets transactions for both domestic and international clients, including energy companies, utilities, sovereign wealth funds and financial institutions in the Energy & Power industry. Over the course of his career, Mr. Gallagher has completed more than $22 billion in merger and acquisitions and close to $20 billion in debt and equity capital markets transactions. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Mr. Gallagher started his career with Jefferies & Company where he worked in their Energy Corporate Finance Group in Houston.
“We are thrilled to have someone with Stephen’s background and experience join us at Farlie Turner and are confident that he will help continue to build our Energy & Power advisory practice,” commented Erik Rudolph, Managing Director and Head of Oil & Gas Services.
Mr. Gallagher added, “I am very excited to join the Farlie Turner team and believe my experience and industry relationships will be complementary with the sectors and clients that Erik and his team have developed over the last decade." Mr. Gallagher will be located in Farlie Turner’s Houston office where he will focus on merger and acquisitions advisory and capital market transactions in the exploration and production, midstream and logistics, downstream, utilities, renewable power and oilfield services sectors of the Energy & Power industry.
Mr. Gallagher has a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Rice University in Houston.
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