Juno Mother Earth Adds Senior Energy Strategist

Dec 27 2006 | 9:34am ET

Juno Mother Earth Asset Management has hired Andrew McKillop as senior vice president and senior energy strategist.

McKillop, a seasoned industry veteran, has advised a number of government entities and global organizations on the energy industry, and consulted for major global, state, semi-public and private capital entities including OPEC, OAPEC and AREC, among others. In addition, he is a founding member of the International Association of Energy Economists, which was established in 1981.

“Research is central to all aspects of our investment process. The skills and experience Andrew brings from his previous roles will complement Juno’s emphasis on in depth research in all sectors of the global commodities markets,” said Juno co-founder and executive officer, Eugenio Verzili.

Juno is an international asset management group formed by Joseph Di Virgilio, Roland Jansen, Arturo Rodriguez, and Eugenio Verzili as the asset management division to Mother Earth Investments, which has been researching commodities globally for over 30 years.


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