Bruce Alan Ian Dingwall, CBE
Bruce has over thirty years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, and is recognised locally and internationally for his business acumen and extensive industry knowledge. He is a Trinidad & Tobago national who is committed to the country’s development and to improving lives internationally. His vision for an oil and gas sector which benefits everyone is at the core of Trinity’s operations.
Bruce founded Trinity in 2005 with the acquisition of Venture Production plc’s Trinidadian assets. Venture’s success under his stewardship is well known around the world. On returning to the UK in 1996, Bruce saw that the oil and gas sector was ripe for structural change. To that end, he designed Venture around the central strategy of assisting the major operators in releasing value from assets that were, to them, no longer material. Venture was sold to Centrica for over £ 2 billion following a hostile takeover. At the time of the takeover Venture was producing 45,000 bopd and had reserves of 225 million barrels.
Bruce began his career with Exxon as a geophysicist in the North Sea before moving to Lasmo where he held numerous senior management roles in their South East Asian operations. He is a geologist and studied at Aberdeen University. Bruce Dingwall is an astute businessman, a humanitarian and a visionary, intent on promoting Trinidad & Tobago’s oil and gas sector as viable, lucrative and globally competitive investment option.
Executive Director and Chief Financial Controller
Jeremy Bridglalsingh is a qualified accountant (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, 2006) with a BSc. in Management Studies from the University of the West Indies (2000). Prior to joining Trinity in 2012, he worked in financial services at PricewaterhouseCoopers (Trinidad and Tobago) and Operis Group plc (London), mainly in an advisory role on various transactions across a number of jurisdictions. In the past five years with Trinity he has held roles across the financial, ICT and supply chain disciplines, and most recently the role of Chief Financial Officer of Trinity since January 2016.
Angus Winther has spent 27 years working in the investment banking industry, primarily advising clients in the insurance and financial services industries. He started his career with Chase Manhattan Bank, before becoming the youngest partner at Phoenix Securities, an independent investment banking firm which was subsequently acquired by Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette. He co-founded Lexicon Partners, a London based investment banking advisory firm, in 2000 and was closely involved in the leadership of that firm until it was acquired by Evercore in 2011. He served as a senior adviser at Evercore until October 2016, when he left the firm to pursue other interests. He is a non-executive director of Hiscox Syndicates Limited (a Lloyd’s managing agent) and of the Mako Group (a London based financial services business), a member of the advisory board of Haggie Partners LLP (a financial communications firm), and a trustee of several charities. He has a degree in Politics from Durham University.
David Segel is the Founding Partner of the Mako Group (est. 1999), a London based financial services business, and currently serves as the Mako Group’s Chairman. He also operates a portfolio of businesses in media and technology. He co-founded Mpower Pictures, LLC in 2006, which is an independent motion picture production company. He co-founded The Video Genome Project (The VGP) in 2013, a video metadata insights business that analyses the actual content of movies and television content. The VGP was acquired by Hulu in 2016. Mr Segel has been on the Board of Alpha USA and Alpha International since 2004 and he has served on the Advisory Board of the Yale Divinity School since 2011. He attended Yale University and earned a B.A. in Physics and Philosophy in 1986.