Mr. Prince has been an officer with Stone Energy since its incorporation in 1993. He has worked tirelessly first as the Vice President and CAO and most recently as Executive Vice President and CFO where he has coordinated several successful equity and debt offerings resulting in the raising of over $500 million in capital to finance the growth of Stone Energy. Mr. Prince was also instrumental in implementing the accounting procedures required by Sarbanes-Oxley. Mr. Prince has been planning his retirement for several years to provide for a less rigorous schedule and more time to devote to his personal life and family.
Mr. Beer, 47, joins Stone Energy after a distinguished career as an energy analyst. Mr. Beer is currently a partner at the investment banking firm of Johnson Rice & Company, where he serves as director of research and a senior energy analyst for the firm. Prior to joining Johnson Rice in 1992, he spent five years as an energy analyst and investment banker at Howard Weil Incorporated and prior to that, two years as an associate at the Boston Consulting Group. Mr. Beer received an A.B. degree in Economics from Dartmouth College in 1979 and an M.B.A. from Stanford University in 1983.
David H. Welch, President and CEO, said, "We are fortunate to have attracted Ken Beer to Stone Energy. His extensive investment banking background and vast knowledge of the E&P energy sector will be important in providing the financial leadership for the future growth and profitability of our company. I am excited about the prospect of working with Ken as we go forward together." Mr. Welch also said, "We congratulate Jim Prince for his leadership in helping to build Stone Energy as the premier independent oil and gas company that it is today and we wish him the best in his retirement."
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