W. Hornsby, Jr.
President. Mr. Hornsby has thirty
plus years experience in the securities industry with involvement in the energy
futures complex since the time of its inception in 1978. Former
Director of the Energy Futures and Derivatives Unit of Kidder, Peabody & Company
from 1984 to 1994, with operations in Houston, New York and London. Mr.
Hornsby was with Paine Webber, Inc. from 1973 to 1984, where he was involved
in the establishment of their primary energy futures risk management capability
following the initiation of oil futures trading on the NYMEX. He
is a graduate of Furman University with a Bachelors degree in Economics and
H. Brown, III
Hornsby & Company’s fundamental
research product is provided through an alliance with William
H. Brown, III. Mr. Brown, a former colleague of Mr. Hornsby
at Kidder Peabody, Inc. has over 25 years experience in the
international petroleum industry. A former senior economist
with Walter J. Levy consultants in New York, Mr. Brown also
started the Energy Service at Chase Econometrics and served
as the international oil analyst at Kidder Peabody & Company.
Mr. Brown received a BA from Brown University and an M.A.
in international economics from Columbia University.
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