Clinton Culpepper is an Associate in the Corporate Finance Department of Baker Botts L.L.P. in Austin, Texas. He represents institutional investors, financial institutions, agent banks, borrowers and issuers in connection with private placement transactions, bank financings and high-yield debt offerings. Clinton is also a Certified Public Accountant who received a B.B.A from Texas A&M University in Accounting, an M.S. from Texas A&M University in Finance and a J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law.
Clinton joined the ACIC because he devotes a substantial amount of time to representing institutional investors, and the ACIC offers the chance to collaborate with friends and colleagues in the institutional investment space, as well as strong educational programs on legal issues and market practices.
Terry Dugan is a Partner in the Corporate and Business Transactions practice at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. The majority of his current practice is in domestic renewable energy investments for a variety of institutional investors (both equity and debt). He also does complex debt restructurings, entertainment industry debt and equity transactions, conventional domestic power projects and foreign energy projects for private equity funds and banks. As a young lawyer, Terry spent more than a decade at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, where he did project finance, bankruptcy and real estate finance and was promoted to Senior Counsel. In 2000, Terry moved to London to become General Counsel of the European operations of a major telecom firm, and shepherded its European subsidiaries through the parent company’s bankruptcy. Terry has been at Morgan Lewis since 2004.
Terry has been attending the ACIC spring meetings for several years, and as his practice has become more focused on institutional investor work he felt he should become more formally involved with the intuitional investor bar.