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Test#147: Trent Boehm (Old White Walker) – Return of the Zombie – Halloween Edition: Volatility, 2024 Pricing & Why M&A is Good for Canadian Energy MarketsTest

Greetings & welcome back to a special Halloween edition of the rose bros podcast.

This episode we are joined by Mr. Trent Boehm, known as The White Walker on Twitter/X,  for a Zombie inspired discussion on the energy markets.

Most recently Mr. Boehm held the position of Vice Chairman and Head of Energy Sales on the executive committee at Stifel Nicolaus Canada which operates under the brands Stifel FirstEnergy and Stifel GMP in Canada.

From 2016 to 2019, Mr. Boehm served as a Managing Director and Head of Energy Sales on the executive committee at Canadian public company, GMP Capital.

From 2002 to 2016 Mr. Boehm was a Managing Director and Head of Capital Markets at FirstEnergy Capital, where he was an integral part of the leadership team that built this privately held firm into a widely respected authority on the energy sector.

Mr. Boehm is also a director at Western Energy Services Corp.

Mr. Boehm holds a Chartered Financial Analyst designation in addition to a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary.

Among other things, we sat down and discussed recent energy market volatility, 2024 pricing & why M&A is good for Canadian energy markets

Happy Halloween everyone & stay safe out there!

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