New York Alumni Breakfast Series with Peter McNally, '98 - SOLD OUT
February 26, 2016: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Oil Markets: Is There Any Hope for A Recovery?
The Muse Hotel
130 W. 46th Street
New York, New York
After a decade of sustained high prices, the value of a barrel of oil has fallen by three quarters in little more than 18 months, following other commodities into the abyss. However, the oil market dynamics are far different than copper, iron ore, coal and other bulk commodities. We will explore the reasons behind the oil price collapse and if there is any potential for a price recovery in the coming years.
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Peter McNally (Speaker) '98
Senior Analyst, Kingdon Capital Management LLC
Peter McNally is the senior analyst covering energy for Kingdon Capital Management in New York where he is responsible for both energy equities and commodities. He has spent almost two decades on the buy side covering the energy industry as an analyst and portfolio manager, and he has travelled across four continents to perform field research. Prior to joining Kingdon, Peter was a Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at Galleon Management where he lead the cyclicals team covering energy, industrials and basic materials. Previously, he worked in an analyst role at ING Investments and Bankers Trust Global Investment Management. He serves on the Energy Dialogues Executive Board of the Columbia Center for Global Energy Policy and has attended OPEC meetings. Peter received a BA, cum laude, in Economics and Spanish from Bucknell University in 1993 where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and an International MBA from the University of Chicago in 1998.
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