Eric Zampol is presently a Director with BMO Capital Markets in the firm’s Infrastructure Banking group. He has over ten years of experience working in both Mergers & Acquisitions and Debt Capital Markets. Recently, Mr. Zampol served as sole sell-side advisor to Cenovus Energy Inc. on the successful sale of its Kitimat Marine Terminal (BC) to Royal Dutch Shell PLC and its joint venture partners. He is presently engaged as P3 or sell-side advisor to the Illinois International Port District (Port of Chicago), Port St. Joe (FL), and Melford International Terminals (NS).Eric’s prior mergers and acquisitions experience includes managing valuation analytics and due diligence for Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners’ purchase of a minority stake in Carrix Inc., advising Highstar Capital and its Ports America unit on multiple projects, along with reaching the final bidding round for the Vancouver and New York container terminal assets of Orient Overseas Container Line. Within debt capital markets, Eric participated as book-running senior manager in over $20 billion of taxable and tax-exempt debt underwritings and derivatives transactions for infrastructure entities such as the Port of Seattle (Terminal 30 conversion) and the Reno ReTRAC rail corridor.Eric also has experience working in the utility sector most recently having served as sell-side advisor to the Lower Colorado River Authority in its sale of 30 water and wastewater utilities. Prior to joining BMO Capital Markets, Mr. Zampol worked for Goldman Sachs in its Investment Banking Division. Mr. Zampol graduated with honors from Dartmouth College with a degree in Economics.
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