Alex serves as Co-Head of the Eagle Energy Infrastructure team and Co-Chair of the Energy Infrastructure Investment Committee. He shares Portfolio Manager responsibilities for the firm’s four separate Energy Infrastructure strategies. Prior to joining Eagle in 2013, Alex was employed by Waterfront Capital Partners as a Portfolio Manager focusing on Exploration & Production, Midstream & Utilities. Prior to Waterfront, Alex was a Managing Director at Zimmer Lucas Capital focused on E&P, MLP and utility securities. Other past work experience includes corporate development and financial planning at UniSource Energy and investment banking at Lehman Brothers. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Chicago.
Michael leads the Renewables effort at Eagle Global Advisors, including the development of active and passive strategies, and portfolio management. He is also the Co-Head of the Energy Infrastructure team and Co-Chair of the Energy Infrastructure Investment Committee. He shares Portfolio Manager responsibilities for the firm’s four separate Energy Infrastructure strategies. Prior to joining Eagle in May 2014 Michael was employed by Goldman, Sachs & Co. for ten years where he covered Midstream for seven years and small/mid cap Oil Services for three. Prior to Goldman, Michael worked for three years as a sell-side equity trader at various Wall Street firms. He earned bachelor’s degrees in Economics and History from Union College, and an MBA from the Hagan School of Business at Iona College. Michael holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Malcom is a Partner of Eagle Global Advisors. He serves as a Macro Advisor for Eagle’s Energy Infrastructure Strategies focusing on the Midstream Energy /MLP market, the US economy, interest rates, commodity prices and regulatory matters. Prior to joining Eagle in 2003 Malcom founded Partners Investment Management & Research, LLC, an advisory firm specializing in publicly traded partnerships. Malcom was employed previously by Criterion Investment Management Company and Payden & Rygel Investment Counsel. He earned a bachelor's degree in Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA. Malcom holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is also a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of Houston.
Curt is a Managing Director in the Energy Infrastructure Business, a member of the Energy Infrastructure Investment Committee, and co-head of the Renewable Energy Business at Eagle Global. Prior to joining Eagle, Curt held a similar position at an Midstream Energy-dedicated asset management firm in Dallas, Texas. He has 39 years of investment experience. He has served as a partner/principal in both a hedge fund of funds and a venture capital fund. Curt earned his BA in Economics from Grinnell College and a professional certification in Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies from Stanford University.
Will is a Vice President of Investments covering Energy Infrastructure equities and special situations. He assists the research effort for Energy Infrastructure strategies and is a member of the Energy Infrastructure Investment Committee. Prior to joining Eagle, Will worked for the sell-side covering oilfield services at Canaccord Genuity. Other past work experience includes investment banking at Goldman Sachs. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Economics from Rice University, and later earned his MBA, also from Rice University.
Steve currently assists the research effort for Energy Infrastructure strategies, serving as a Senior Investment Analyst primarily covering Energy Infrastructure and related companies. He is also a member of the Energy Infrastructure Investment Committee. Prior to joining Eagle, Steve was employed at Goldman, Sachs & Co. covering pipelines and MLPs. Prior to Goldman, Steve worked as a sell-side analyst at various Wall Street firms including Bank of America Merrill Lynch and BMO Capital Markets. Steve earned his bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and an MBA from NYU Stern.