Andy Hariman joined First Energy Bank as Chief Investment Officer in September 2016, following careers in both Oil & Gas upstream and in investment banking, where he brings a particular focus on investments and the energy sector throughout North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Mr. Hariman is a member of FEB’s Executive Management Committee, Management Risk Committee, Information Technology & Security Steering Committee (ITSSC) and the Asset and Liability Committee (ALCO).
Prior to his appointment at FEB, Mr. Hariman was Co-founder and Managing Director of Carlingford, a London based natural resources merchant banking firm managing debt, equity and M&A transactions for private and public oil & gas companies, completing over $2 billion worth of transactions during his tenure. Mr. Hariman previously served as Executive Director at Nomura International in London in their Fixed Income division, covering natural resources clients throughout the EMEA region. Prior to his career in investment banking, Mr. Hariman worked for one of Canada’s largest Independent Oil & Gas companies, Nexen Inc. (now CNOOC) for twelve years in various senior executive management roles based in North America, as well as being Nexen’s Head of Risk Management in Europe and its Finance Director in the Middle East.
Mr. Hariman is a Canadian and British citizen. He holds the CFA charter and earned his International MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Alberta, Canada.