in a large number of transactions
across a wide spectrum of industries
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (November 1, 2011) -- Farlie Turner & Co. today announced that Scott M. Sanderson has joined the firm as a Managing Director. Mr. Sanderson has over 25 years of experience in investment banking and management consulting, primarily in the energy and oil and gas industries. He has also owned and operated producing oil and gas properties.
"Scott brings a wealth of expertise and transaction experience to Farlie Turner's leading Energy investment banking practice," said Craig Farlie. "In addition, his experience as an entrepreneur and operator provides him with a perspective on middle-market oil and gas service companies that is truly unique in the sector."
Mr. Sanderson worked previously in investment banking with Goldsmith Agio Helms (now Lazard Middle Market), where he was a Managing Director. Prior to that, Mr. Sanderson was a Partner at Deloitte, running their global Oil and Gas Management Consulting practice, where he served companies like Unocal, Shell, BP, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes and many other regional and multi-national energy companies.
"Scott's experience gives him the unique ability to sort through operational, strategic and transaction issues on behalf of our clients,” stated Michael Turner. “We’re certain that his broad-based energy experience and numerous industry contacts will be additive to our clients and our investment banking efforts in the sector.”
In addition to the Energy space, Mr. Sanderson has worked on numerous transactions in the construction, specialty chemicals, healthcare and transportation industries. Mr. Sanderson has a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from Northwestern University, and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
Farlie, Turner & Co., LLC, and its affiliate Bayshore Partners, LLC, a broker-dealer registered with the FINRA, provide merger and acquisition, private placement and financial advisory services. Visit www.farlieturner.com for more information.