Community Trust Bank has established its Energy Finance Group comprised of several Dallas -area energy experts who will provide specialized financing solutions to the U.S. domestic oil and gas industry. CTB Energy Finance Group will principally focus on relationship banking for firms seeking $2.5 million to $100 million in a revolver or term facility secured by oil and gas assets. "I'm thrilled to join Community Trust Bank's knowledgeable leadership team and provide this line of financial services," said CTB Energy Finance Group Managing Director Christina Kitchens . "The level of insight into the oil-and-gas industry our team possesses will be a significant advantage for the long-term growth of CTB." Kitchens, who brings both financial and energy industry experience to CTB, was recently named among Dallas Business Journal's "Who's Who in Energy Finance" for 2013. The designation recognizes individuals whose position, knowledge or expertise helps lead his or her respective energy business sector. Other categories include alternative energy, electricity, pipelines, refineries and technology. As CTB Energy Finance Group director, Kitchens will lead the team, offering senior debt facilities to exploration and production, midstream, royalties and select energy service firms. The group's funding focuses will largely apply to acquisition, drilling and working capital ventures for oil and gas business entities.
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