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New private-equity fund sets up shop in Calgary

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Growing private-equity opportunities in the Canadian oil patch have prompted the startup of a new investment fund.

Aaron Bunting, formerly of K2 & Associates Investment Management, has teamed up with Ryan Dunfield, who was a principal with FrontFour Capital Group LLC, to assemble the Calgary-based fund, called Stream Asset Management, according to sources.

Warren Robinson, who was a managing director of institutional sales at Haywood Securities Inc., specializing in oil and gas, has also signed on with Stream.

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It is not yet known which types of investments that the firm will be looking for, though the role of private capital in energy has expanded in recent years.

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Jeffrey Jones is a veteran journalist specializing in mergers, acquisitions and private equity for The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business. Before joining The Globe and Mail in 2013, he was a senior reporter for Reuters, writing news, features and analysis on energy deals, pipelines, politics and general topics. More


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