TPH makes management changes

Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH) has made management changes to further enhance both its Capital Markets and Securities Research Service offerings and execution capabilities.

Jeff Tillery, managing director and co-head of Research, will transition out of Research to become co-head of Capital Markets for TPH, effective Dec. 1. He brings nearly 15 years of senior energy equity research experience to his new role, the last five of which also included serving as head of Research for TPH. Tillery will co-head the expanded Capital Markets team with John Kennedy. The Capital Markets group focuses on utilizing the firm’s energy sector relationships and knowledge to raise public, private, and strategic partner capital for TPH’s clients.

In conjunction with this transition, W. Mark Meyer, managing director and current co-head of Research, will assume the role of head of Research. He joined TPH in February to help lead the firm’s research effort and brings almost 30 years of combined energy experience to the table, including the last 16 as a lead sell-side E&P analyst and buy-side portfolio manager.

In addition, Byron K. Pope, managing director and co-head of Oil Service Research, will take over as TPH’s head of Oil Service Research. Pope, who joined TPH predecessor firm Pickering Energy Partners as a founding member in 2004, brings both sell-side and buy-side experience to his lead analyst role.


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