Mr. Meteyer is head of Chiron Financial’s European Investment Banking team. He has extensive experience advising distressed and non-distressed public and private middle market companies in Europe and the United States. Additionally, he has worked with private equity firms, family offices and other investors, credit funds, secured lenders, bondholders, and other creditor groups in national and multinational bankruptcy cases and out-of-court restructurings. He has advised clients on raising debt and equity capital and the acquisition or sale of companies or operating divisions in a distressed and non-distressed environment. His understanding of the complexities, advantages and disadvantages of cross-border transactions in the U.S. and EU jurisdictions has been instrumental in attaining successful client outcomes.
In addition to leading M&A, private placement, valuation and strategic advisory client engagements, he also spearheads new business development efforts in France, the United Kingdom, Germany and the Benelux countries.
Mr. Meteyer offers valuable insights gained from his international banking background coupled with his engineering expertise specializing in energy transactions. He is adept at handling engagements from the valuation of power contracts for large corporate customers to assessing the impact of regulation on cross-border businesses to credit risk and market analysis for a given client transaction. He also has deep experience across a broad range of other industries including agriculture, financial services, consumer products, manufacturing and legal cannabis.
He joined Chiron Financial from Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking in Houston, where he underwrote and monitored a portfolio of upstream oil and gas financing facilities. Previously, he worked with Total and Engie (formerly GDF Suez), where he handled the valuation of power contracts for large corporate customers.
He brings a facility with three languages.
Education and credentials
Colorado School of Mines, Master of Science, Mineral and Energy Economics
Institut Français du Pétrole, Master of Science, Petroleum Economics and Management
École Centrale Paris, Master of Science in General Engineering