Mizuho Securities USA Announces 2014 Energy Corporate Access Day

January 15, 2014

Event to Be Held on January 23 & 24 in Denver

New York, January 16, 2014 – Mizuho Securities USA (MSUSA), the U.S. broker-dealer subsidiary of the Mizuho Financial Group, will host its 2014 Energy Corporate Access Day on January 23 & 24, 2014 in Denver, Colorado.     

Executive management teams from 12 U.S. public energy companies will participate in the event, which will provide MSUSA’s institutional investor clients with an efficient and exclusive experience to interact one-on-one with these companies.       

The Energy Corporate Access Day will be kicked off on January 23 with a welcome dinner featuring special guest Bill Owens, who served as Colorado’s 40th Governor from 1999-2007. Mr. Owens also represented the petroleumindustry for fifteen years as Executive Director of the Colorado Petroleum Association and as Executive VicePresident of the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas Association prior to his political career.       

John Koudounis, President and CEO of MSUSA, commented, “As Mizuho Securities USA Inc. continues to expand our business, helping clients successfully reach their financial objectives with incisive market insights and analysis remains a strength of our franchise. With Energy Corporate Access Day, investors, company management teams and other attendees will have the opportunity to interact with each other while gaining valuable access to the dynamic trends and developments currently shaping energy exploration and production.”          

Robert Betack, Executive Managing Director and Head of MSUSA’s Equity Division, stated, “MSUSA Energy Corporate Access Day highlights Mizuho’s continued commitment to providing corporates and investors with an innovative level of access to interact. MSUSA’s comprehensive global equities platform and dedication to meeting the needs of our clients with value-added investment ideas and analysis is demonstrated by this unique forum for investors to gain a better understanding of the energy sector.”     

John Malone and Jeffrey Connolly, U.S. Equity Research, Oil and Gas Exploration & Production, and Andrew Chan, Pan-Asia Equity Research, will also be on hand from Mizuho at this inaugural event focused on E&P.  

For further information about Mizuho Securities USA Energy Corporate Access Day, please contact:
Mizuho Securities USA Equity Research Sales, 212-205-7508
Arin Amanda Prisand, Director, MSUSA Corporate Access, 212-205-7821


About Mizuho Securities USA
Mizuho Securities USA Inc. is a U.S. registered broker-dealer headquartered in New York City, with offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Hoboken (NJ), Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and London (UK). MSUSA provides a wide range of fixed income and equity securities products and investment banking services to institutional clients. MSUSA is one of only 21 firms designated as a Primary Dealer in U.S. Government and Agency securities. MSUSA also is a U.S. registered futures commission merchant (“FCM”) and a member of most international futures exchanges. MSUSA’s parent company, Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd., is a top-tier, full-service, Japanese securities firm and a core member of the Mizuho Financial Group.

Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. (NYSE: MFG), based in Japan, is one of the largest financial institutions in the world,offering a broad range of financial services including banking, securities, trust and asset management, credit card, private banking services, and venture capital through its group companies. The group has approximately 56,000 staff working in more than 920 offices in over 32 countries and total assets of over $1.86 trillion as of September 30, 2013. Its core global corporate banking entity, Mizuho Bank, Ltd., has offices throughout Japan, the U.S., the Americas, and the world, providing financial and strategic solutions to major corporations, financial institutions and public sector entities. For more information, please visit http://www.mizuho-fg.co.jp/english/

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