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Wells Fargo Securities names two new managing directors

Staff writer |
San Francisco, Ca., USA - July 20, 2012, San Francisco, Ca., USA - Wells Fargo Securities announced that Bill Brenizer and David Cheney have joined the company as managing directors in the Industrials Investment Banking Group.




Mr. Brenizer began his investment banking career in 1978 at Dillon Read (later acquired by UBS). For the next 25 years, he was responsible for advising many of the firm’s industrial sector clients.

In 2004, Mr. Brenizer joined the early founders of Sagent Advisors to build a boutique advisory business and he has spent the last eight years covering his longstanding client base.

Mr. Brenizer has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Cheney spent the first eight years of his investment banking career, beginning in 1998, at JPMorgan Securities where he focused on advising and raising capital for clients in the Metals & Mining sector.

After JPMorgan Securities, he held various investment banking positions, including vice president at Wachovia Capital Markets LLC, where he was part of the Global Industries group.

Most recently, Mr. Cheney was a managing director at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., where he was responsible for the bank’s Metals & Mining franchise.

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