Piper Sandler Cos. added Luke Lemoine to the investment bank’s energy and power equity research group focusing on the oilfield services (OFS) sector.
Prior to joining Piper Sandler, Lemoine served as a managing director at Capital One Securities for 17 years where he covered the oilfield services sector in equity research.
“Luke is an outstanding addition to our energy and power research team,” commented Michael Cox, co-head of global equities at Piper Sandler, in an Aug. 18 release.
At Piper Sandler, Lemoine will serve as managing director and senior research analyst covering the oilfield services sector based in New Orleans.
The Piper Sandler equity research group consists of over 60 senior analysts covering over 1,000 small-, mid- and large-cap stocks in the following sectors: consumer, energy and power, financial services, healthcare and technology.
“We are committed to providing our clients in-depth insights into the rapidly changing energy sector,” Cox continued. “Luke’s approach to client service and deep sector expertise will be very effective on our platform.”
Prior to his research career, Lemoine worked in investment banking and credit roles serving the energy sector. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Louisiana State University. He is also a CFA Charterholder.
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