Shane L. Campbell is a member of FTI Capital Advisors, an investment banking subsidiary of FTI Consulting. Mr. Campbell focuses on the oil and gas, oilfield services, power and clean tech, environmental services and technology, water and wastewater, aerospace and defense, industrial and specialty manufacturing, and retail software and technology areas. He has more than 10 years of professional investment banking experience and industry expertise.
Mr. Campbell has advised companies on buy-side and sell-side transactions, including most recently the sale of a Freedom Communications, a 363 bankruptcy sale of a $170 million publishing company. Other recent transactions include the purchase of a medical laboratory business in the healthcare space, the sale of a midstream oil and gas terminal to Kinder Morgan Inc., the buyout and recapitalization of a designer and manufacturer of downhole completion tools and the advisory of a drilling services company involving a financial restructuring.
Mr. Campbell also has advised on and arranged debt financing for clients, including senior asset-based credit facilities, cash-flow senior term debt, mezzanine financing, leasing, working capital and commercial mortgage facilities. In addition, Mr. Campbell has numerous relationships with middle market private equity investors invested in energy, industrial and technology companies.
Mr. Campbell is a regular attendee of the Offshore Technology Conference and the Global Petroleum Show and has spoken on various panels, including a speaking engagement joined by mergers and acquisitions executives of Halliburton and National Oilwell Varco on capital investment at the International Energy Capital Forum.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Campbell was a Partner and Managing Director at New York-based Cronus Investment Banking (CIB), where he spent eight years and led the firm’s energy industry coverage. Prior to CIB, he served as an investment banker at the Royal Bank of Scotland in their Structured Finance group, where he worked on the securitization of various financial asset portfolios ranging in the size of $200 million to $20 billion.