Dahlman Rose & Co., a boutique investment bank focusing on the marine transport, energy and natural resources sectors appointed Kevin Mack managing director. He'll focus on investment banking in the maritime and offshore services industries.
Mack was previously the chief executive and head of U.S. corporate finance for Danske Markets, a Scandinavian bank. There, he oversaw the U.S. broker/dealer unit's activities, including debt and equity capital market transactions, cross-border mergers and acquisitions advisory services, and private placements. He also spent 16 years at Chase Manhattan Bank.
In January, Dahlman Rose hired Matthew Rovelli as managing director and head of Equity Capital Markets and Neal Dingmann as senior vice president of equity research with a focus on oilfield services and exploration and production.
Rovelli oversees the firm's activities in public equity markets and private placements, and is responsible for the origination and execution of all equity and equity-related transactions. He joined the firm from Bear Stearns, where he was a managing director in the Equity tansactions Group.
Dingmann was senior energy analyst at Pritchard Capital Partners, where he covered about 15 companies in oilfield services, exploration and production.