James C. Row CFA has over 25 years of experience various areas of deal structuring and energy finance, including: producer finance, project finance, drilling programs, A&D, securities and risk management. He has originated and arranged funding, debt (senior and mezzanine) and equity, on over $10 billion of energy projects.
At Enron, Mr. Row specialized in structuring bids for power, E&P, energy services and water privatization projects worldwide. Jim is a Chartered Financial Analyst and maintains Series 7, 24, 28, 63, 79 and 99 FINRA securities licenses.
Mr. Row serves as a member of the Houston Society of Financial Analysts, Houston World Affairs Council, Houston Producers Forum, TMA, IPAA and AIPN and is an author on a number of oil and gas issues and a regular speaker at energy conferences world-wide.
University of Wyoming –B.S.,
FinanceArizona State University – Masters of Business Administration
American Graduate School of International Management, CAS - Thunderbird
Solomon Campbell oversees investment banking and capital raising for middle market companies. Solomon has over nineteen years of financial, entrepreneurial, and business development experience both domestic and international.
Prior to joining Entoro, Mr. Campbell was the founder of U.S. Oil Properties where he specialized in the advisory of oil and gas project development and investment syndication originating deals in excess of $1 billion.
Mr. Campbell is an expert at sourcing private capital and institutional debt financing for companies at all stages of development. Solomon began his career in 1998 at Robert. W. Baird & Co. where he worked as a financial advisor. He maintains a FINRA Series 79, 82 and 63 securities license.
University of Georgia - B.B.A, Economics.
Mr. Muñiz is a founding managing partner of Chapultepec Capital and R60 Consultores, investment banking and financial advisory firms.
Currently, Mr. Muñiz is working as mandated lead-advisor in over $1 billion of energy projects.Mr. Muñiz provides his clients with tailor-made solutions to raise equity and/or debt for their companies or projects, through independent and un-biased advisory services. Rafael focuses on cross border energy and infrastructure projects.
Universidad Anahuac in Mexico City, Mexico – Industrial Engineering
The Anderson School at UCLA – Masters of Business Administration
Andrew MacIntosh is based in Hong Kong with oversight in Asia Pacific. He is a non-executive Chairman of Acorus Investment management, a China-Africa private equity investor.
Previously, Andrew was General Manager of Banking for National Australia Bank in Hong Kong, where he oversaw the private banking, commercial banking and retail banking businesses. Specialties: Chinese inbound and outbound investment, Chinese private equity in energy and commodity transactions, managing portfolios circa US $100m multi-country / currency P&L. Expertise in banking, credit, investment products and client management.
Oral Roberts University – B.S., Computer Science and Mathematics
University of Sydney - Masters of Business Administration, Finance and Economics
Christopher Luce has over 15 years of experience in the Financial and Investment Services Industry focusing on strategic advisory and wealth management. Christopher is founding partner of Luce Financial Partners (2017) and Five Stones Wealth Management (2008). Prior to establishing his own private practice, he helped establish the Wachovia Investment Services Group in Texas and served on the Wealth Management Trust and Investment Advisory Services Board. His capacity included working as the investment strategist for many of the top bank clients and the senior executive teams. Additionally, he served as a Certified Financial Manager and Wealth Management Advisor for nine years at Merrill Lynch. During his time at Merrill Lynch, he gained valuable experience serving as the Regional Financial Planning Specialist where he planned strategies for more than 100 Financial Advisors and their clients.
University of Texas at Dallas - B.A. Economics and FinanceThe American College - Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP)
Justin Wilson has over 14 years of experience within the Financial services and Oil and Gas industries.
Most recently, Justin was a contractor for Shell focusing on performance benchmarking and competitive intelligence for the Shale Wells Line of Business. Through this role, Justin uncovered millions of dollars in value by quantifying the Shell-competitor performance gap and identifying the factors responsible.
University of Notre Dame – B.S., Business Administration
University of St. Thomas – Masters of Business Administration, Finance