Egan Antill is a Managing Director in the firm’s corporate advisory business. Mr. Antill has over 17 years experience in the metals, mining and materials industries.
Prior to Evercore, Mr. Antill was with Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he was Managing Director, Metals & Mining. Mr. Antill has advised many clients on transactions encompassing mergers and acquisitions, restructurings and capital raising. His M&A advisory experience includes Alcoa’s $6.0Bn acquisition of Reynolds Metals, Severstal’s acquisition of both Sparrows Point and Esmark, Clayton Dubilier & Rice’s acquisition of Tyco’s steel tube and conduit business, Shandong Steel's sale of its interest in United Taconite iron ore to Cliffs Natural Resources, Alcan’s spin-off of Novelis, BAOSteel’s formation of its Canadian automotive joint venture, Mitsui's sale of Pacific Coast Recycling to Sims Adams, the sale of Regional Recycling to Schnitzer Steel, Kaiser Aluminum’s sale of its interest in Queensland Alumina to RUSAL and defense advisory for AMP Inc. with respect to the $10.0Bn unsolicited offer from Allied Signal. Capital raising clients have included Allegheny Technologies, Carpenter Technology, Jaguar Mining, Aleris International, Kaiser Aluminum, Boart Longyear, Steel Dynamics, Ryerson, Hindalco Industries and Tube City IMS. Mr. Antill began his career with Credit Suisse First Boston LLC, New York in 1994 and was also with Lazard Ltd. from 2003 through 2006 prior to joining Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. in 2006.
Mr. Antill holds an MBA from Yale University and a Bachelors of Engineering (Mech.) from the University of Queensland (Australia).