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Darren Schuringa

Yorkville Capital Management

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Darren Schuringa was previously a partner and senior portfolio manager with Estabrook Capital Management, where he managed over $1B of fund, institutional and individual assets. At Estabrook, Schuringa oversaw separately managed accounts. In addition, he served as co-manager of the Bank of NY Hamilton Large-Cap Value Fund, a Morningstar five-star rated fund, and co-manager of an institutional collective trust from the date of each fund's inception. Schuringa received a Bachelor of Arts in finance from the University of Western Ontario in Ontario, Canada, and a Master of Business Administration in finance from the Crummer School at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).




Recent Interviews

Are MLPs Too Good to Be True? PM Darren Schuringa Crunches the Numbers (9/11/12) Master limited partnerships (MLPs) have outperformed the markets for 11 of the past 12 years. With more investors catching on to these low-risk, high-income vehicles, can the outstanding returns continue? Manager Darren Schuringa of Yorkville Capital Management says yes. But as Schuringa explains in this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, MLPs are a different animal, and investors in this space will need some specialized metrics in their toolkits. Read on for due diligence tips and some names that pass muster.

MLPs = Good Returns in All Markets: Darren Schuringa (5/22/12) With interest rate yields so low, it's not surprising that more investors are flocking to the excellent income and relative downside stability afforded by Master Limited Partnerships and related ETFs. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Darren Schuringa, portfolio manager at Yorkville Capital Management, tells us about MLP sector performance and explains why this arena provides an excellent balance of income and upside potential in a variety of market environments.

Recent Quotes

"ETE serves as a leveraged way to play both ETP and RGNC." (9/11/12) Energy Transfer Equity L.P. - The Energy Report Interview with Darren Schuringa More >

"Its Sunoco buyout should be finalized by year-end. We anticipate that ETP will increase its distribution in the near future." (9/11/12) Energy Transfer Partners L.P. - The Energy Report Interview with Darren Schuringa More >



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