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Matrix promotes, hires new personnel

April 2, 2021 By    
Left to right: John Mickelinc, Michael Tucker, James Mickelinc

Left to right: John Mickelinc, Tucker, James Mickelinc

Matrix Capital Markets Group promoted two employees and hired a new analyst to the Downstream Energy & Convenience Retail Investment Banking Group.

John Mickelinc was promoted to an associate at the company. He has been a member of Matrix’s Downstream Energy & Convenience Retail Investment Banking Group since 2018. During that time, Matrix says, Mickelinc has assisted on eight successful engagements such as the sale of Boulden Brothers Propane. He received a bachelor’s degree in finance and marketing from Le Moyne College. He also has completed the chartered financial analyst (CFA) Level II exam.

Matrix also promoted Michael Tucker to a senior analyst position. Since joining Matrix’s Downstream Energy & Convenience Retail Investment Banking Group in 2020, Tucker has assisted with nine sell-side, buy-side and valuation advisory engagements, according to the company. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance. Additionally, Tucker is a CFA and member of the CFA Institute.

The company hired James Mickelinc as an analyst in the Downstream Energy & Convenience Retail Investment Banking Group. Prior to joining Matrix, he was an assurance senior associate with PricewaterhouseCoopers in its alternative investments group. He received a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from Le Moyne College. He also received a master’s degree in accounting from Loyola University Maryland. Mickelinc has successfully completed the certified public accountant exam and is pending licensure, the company says.

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) is the managing editor at LP Gas magazine. She can be reached at 216-363-3930 or cbemer@northcoastmedia.net.

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