Cascadia Capital expands to Houston, hires Schwartz to expand energy practice

Cascadia Capital

Seattle, Washington-based investment bank Cascadia Capital is expanding its Energy and Applied Technology practice with the opening of an office in Houston and the hiring of industry veteran Bob Schwartz. The new office will concentrate on advising middle market companies in oil and gas, oilfield products and services, and energy technology.

Schwartz joins Cascadia as a senior advisor, bringing with him more than 50 years of industry experience, the latter portion focused on technology commercialization and business development. He was instrumental in bringing Norway-based Energy Ventures to the US in 2006, founded the Houston Technology Center’s energy program in 2002, and was among the first to teach technology commercialization at the University of Texas at Austin.

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