Regal Energy Appoints Din as VP, Business Development
Regal Energy Ltd. has appointed Mr. Julian Din as Vice-President, Business Development.
Mr. Din has spent the last 15 years in Calgary, as a securities industry professional focused on the energy industry. His roles have included Managing Director of Investment Banking where he was involved in raising debt and equity capital, as well as advising on numerous merger and acquisition transactions. Most recently, he was a Senior Wealth Advisor and Associate Director, Wealth Management at a bank owned securities firm where he was responsible for overseeing client assets.
Mr. Din has worked extensively with both public and private corporations, North American and international corporations, and large and small capitalization issuers within the oil and gas exploration, oil and gas service, energy trust, pipeline, power generation, and transportation and infrastructure sectors. Mr. Din has spent his career investing in, raising capital for, and building relationships with companies and people actively involved in the energy sector, and has established an extensive network of contacts with members of the global energy and investing communities. Mr. Din holds an MBA degree from Pepperdine University, and a BComm degree from the University of Calgary.
Mr. Hugh Ross, President and CEO of Regal, states "we are pleased to have Mr. Din join the new management team as he will play an integral part in the growth and future development of the Corporation".
Regal Energy Ltd. is a junior Canadian energy company engaged in the exploration, acquisition, development and production of crude oil and natural gas in western Canada. Regal's main areas of focus currently are the Bakken oil play at Roncott, Saskatchewan, the Garrington natural gas property located in west central Alberta, the Eight Mile natural gas property located in northeast British Columbia and the Windfall property in Alberta.
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