Cameron Spence

Associate


Cameron Spence

Cameron Spence

Associate

Cameron is an Associate with experience in financial analysis and modeling, credit analysis, loans and underwriting, financing strategies, financial statement analysis, due diligence, valuations, deal structuring, economic and market analysis, and capital transactions.

Cameron recently underwrote more than 50 new capital transactions encompassing $2.4B in total commitments to international oil and gas companies, including acquisitions, recapitalizations, and working capital debt financings in both bank-driven left leads and joint lead arranger transactions.

Cameron has served as a primary portfolio manager for the portfolio management group of a large bank, overseeing 10 oil and gas company holdings with aggregate commitments of $400MM. He also supported the oil and gas portfolio management team with underwriting requests across a portfolio of $3.3B in total commitments to 71 companies including secured and unsecured financing to upstream, midstream, and downstream companies.

Cameron also served as a credit analyst the portfolio management group where he conducted analysis and credit investigations of potential borrowers including analysis of financial statements, economic and market condition impacts, repayment sources, and collateral, including reserve-based lending valuations. He also developed ongoing presentations for senior management regarding the status of the company’s oil and gas portfolio, highlighting credit metrics, industry specific metrics, and oil and gas operating environment analysis. He also provided internal monitoring involving financial covenants, regulatory requirements, and risk ratings for clients.

Prior to joining Mackinac, Cameron served as an Associate Portfolio Manager, Assistant Vice President for Citizens Bank in Houston where he assisted in underwriting, analysis and execution of capital transactions in the oil and gas sectors.

Cameron earned a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the Cockrell School of Engineering, University of Texas. He also earned a Master of Science in Finance from the McCombs School of Business, University of Texas.

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