Full Name
Julian Mylchreest
Job Title
Executive Vice Chairman, Global Corporate & Investment Banking
Bank of America
Speaker Bio
Julian is Executive Vice Chairman of Global Corporate & Investment Banking at Bank of America. He focuses on key clients globally within the Natural Resources space and also senior client relationships across all sectors in EMEA – with a particular focus on CEEMEA and the UK.

Julian joined Bank of America in 2010 to lead the firm’s Energy and Power team, after 19 years at Citigroup. In 2017, he took on leadership of the Global Natural Resources team. Over his career, Julian has been responsible for over $750 billion in global M&A transactions, IPOs and financings for clients and has built a trusted advisor relationship with many CEOs and boards globally.

Recent M&A deals that Julian has advised on at Bank of America include Sasol’s $2bn sale of its 50% stake in LCCP Base Chemicals business to Lyondell-Basell, PIF’s $69bn sale of its 70% stake in Sabic to Saudi Aramco, BHP’s sale of its US shale portfolio to BP for $10.5bn, Shell’s recommended acquisition of BG Group for $63bn, the sale by the UK Government of the Green Investment Bank to Macquarie for £2.3bn, Engie’s disposal of its upstream business to Carlyle, CVC and CIC, the merger of TonenGeneral with JX Holdings in Japan, Shell’s sale of certain North Sea assets to EIG and Chrysaor for up to $3.8bn, ENI’s sale of part of its Mozambique position to Exxon, the sale of Shell’s Australia downstream businesses to Vitol for $2.6bn, the acquisition by OVL of certain assets in Mozambique from Videocon and Anadarko for $5.1bn, and the sale of a 30 per cent stake in Galp Brazil to Sinopec for $4.8bn.

Extensive wider capital markets experience includes advice to BP’s $12bn debut hybrid bond, leading the $29bn IPO of Saudi Aramco on the Tadawul, the A$2.65 IPO of Viva Energy, the $2.6bn selldown in ONGC by the Government of India, the $2.1bn selldown by Petronas of its 14.9% holding in Cairn India, the IPO of Inpex in Japan, the demerger and IPO of Snam Rete Gas from ENI in Italy, the spin off of Enagas from Gas Natural in Spain, and the demerger of Centrica from British Gas
Julian Mylchreest