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APX Energy Hires Vice President of Sales for Northeastern Region

APX Energy LLC, an independent oil and gas exploration company focusing on the Illinois Basin, has hired Mark Levy as vice president of sales.

APX Energy LLC, an independent oil and gas exploration company focusing on the Illinois Basin, has hired Mark Levy as vice president of sales to cover the northeastern region of the United States.

Levy has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry and alternative investments, with a concentration in the areas of tax reduction strategies, domestic energy programs, and commercial real estate.

His 14-state territory at APX Energy includes Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan.

APX noted that Levy has built long-standing relationships with numerous financial advisors and has presented at more than 100 seminars that provided continued professional education requirements to certified public accountants and certified financial planners across the United States.

According to his LinkedIn profile, he previously served as senior vice president of sales at Resource, director of investments at MDS Energy Development, senior wholesaler and corporate advisor at U.S. Energy Development Corporation. He holds FINRA Series 6, 22, 62, 63, and 65 securities licenses.

“Mark is a highly skilled, consultative sales professional with an in-depth knowledge of energy partnerships,” said Justin Reich, president and chief executive officer of APX Energy. “He has tremendous experience and success in increasing capital raising efforts.”

Since 2011, APX Energy LLC has raised capital has raised more than $200 million from financial intermediaries, broker-dealers, high net worth individuals, family offices and registered investment advisors in private placements.

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