Frank Dunlevy

Frank Dunlevy

Counselor to President & CEO, Vice President, Investment Funds Department, OPIC

Frank Dunlevy is the Counselor to the President and CEO of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). Mr. Dunlevy leads the Investment Funds Department and serves on the Investment Committee. In addition, he leads the Agency’s business development efforts on behalf of the office of OPIC’s President and CEO. Mr. Dunlevy has 47 years of Investment Banking experience beginning his career at The First Boston Corporation and most recently serving as the Vice Chairman of Cowen and Company, where he was responsible for oversight of the Investment Banking platform. At First Boston, he served as a senior banker to the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and other major sovereign clients, and co-led the creation of the first debt capital markets desk for a major Wall Street firm. Frank also was a member of the senior management at Montgomery Securities, and was a co-founder of Thomas Weisel Partners.
 
Mr. Dunlevy received his B.A. in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and served for 12 years as a member of the Board of Trustees. In 2015 he was honored as a Distinguished Alumni of the University. Mr. Dunlevy served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam (1966-1968) as a member of the 101st & 82nd Airborne Divisions.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC

CTICC

"Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream"

Camillo Atampugre Fathima Hussain Frank Dunlevy

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC

CTICC

"Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream"

Camillo Atampugre Fathima Hussain Frank Dunlevy
Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 14:35 To 15:20

11/07/2018 14:35 11/07/2018 15:20 Market Outlook: New Funding Models in the African Upstream As a cautious optimism returns to O&G investment, many oil companies are still struggling to raise capital to fund much needed development. Where traditional funding has been difficult to access, alternative structures and new entrants have helped start to bridge the gap.

This session will focus on key trends in 2017/18 and look forward to 2019 and beyond to explore new models and how they can be accessed, including:
• IPOs: Raising capital for Independents
• Raising exploration finance in Africa
• How do you fund African E&P
• New funding models to raise capital
• Export finance from traders structuring finance for large scale upstream prospects
• The role of LPs and GPs in upstream investment
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers