Terry Newendorp has 30 years of experience in capital structuring and sourcing for major cross-border investments globally. He has led Taylor-DeJongh since 1981, and prior to that served in both staff and line officer positions in the engineering/construction and petroleum industries. He has negotiated and closed deals in more than 70 countries with an aggregate value of well over $50 billion. He has placed debt with virtually every one of the top 50 banks in the world, and has managed private placements of both debt and equity with institutional investors and trading companies. In addition to extensive experience finalizing commercial bank loans globally, he has complete familiarity with government and multilateral financing institutions, such as the World Bank, IFC and the export credit agencies of most of the developed world.
Mr. Newendorp currently represents major oil & gas and petrochemical companies, metals and mining companies, power companies, lenders and investors globally. He is negotiating major capital investments in Europe and North America, Mexico, Chile, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, Morocco, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and in Southeast Asia. He has received numerous awards and global recognition for his expertise in energy finance. His firm has received 11 "Deal of the Year" awards in the past 3 years. He was voted "Energy Finance All-Star" by Independent Energy, and also head of the "Superstar Team: Middle East/Asia Oil & Gas Finance," by Global Finance. His firm, Taylor-DeJongh, was voted "Global Oil & Gas Financial Advisor of the Year" for 2003, by Infrastructure Journal. Taylor-DeJongh has consistently ranked in the top 5 financial advisors globally in the League Tables of Project Finance, PFI and Infrastructure Journal. In 2005, the firm was ranked as #2 in global advisory mandates won and #2 in oil & gas specifically.