MLV Forms Marine Shipping Research Team, Names Leader

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Independent full service investment bank & institutional broker dealer, MLV & Co inform that Natasha Boyden has joined the firm to captain the launch of a new research vertical focused on Marine Transportation and Shipping.  She will work out of the New York office.

"As MLV & Co continues to grow and make strategic decisions to diversify our research platform, we aim to recruit top-tier talent and respected industry leaders to lead these initiatives," said Patrice McNicoll, CEO and founding partner of MLV & Co. "Natasha is another example of the high-caliber talent we attract at MLV & Co, and I'm confident she will provide the sophisticated insight and knowledge that our clients have come to expect from our experienced team of analysts."

"There is a significant amount of synergy that Natasha's experience and tested industry knowledge will create for us at MLV & Co, especially as we focus on new opportunities in the Energy, Infrastructure, and Natural Resources sectors," said Dean Colucci, President of MLV& Co. "Marine transportation naturally complements these sectors as well as our efforts in the broader MLP space. Natasha will be a valuable addition to our team, and further establish our reputation as an efficient and agile investment bank providing a diverse range of superior investment strategies and services."

Prior to joining MLV, Ms. Boyden worked as a full-time consultant for McQuilling Atlas Advisors, providing strategic advisory services to clients in the Marine and Energy industry. Ms. Boyden previously provided Marine Transportation and Shipping coverage for Global Hunter Securities, Cantor Fitzgerald and Sidoti & Company.

MLV is a member of FINRA, NASDAQ and the SIPC.

www.mlvco.com

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