Daniel S. Peña is Chairman and Founder of The Guthrie Group (TGG), an investment consortium specializing in facilitating transactions, founded in 1997. With offices in the UK and Asia, it has acted as principal, advisor and agent to global and regional companies and institutions. As of 2020, Dan Pena net worth is $450 million
Dan Pena Early Life
Dan Pena was born on August 10, 1945. He was raised in Los Angeles. Dan holds received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from San Fernando Valley State College.
Dan Pena Career
He served in the military during the Vietnam War. He also became a financial analyst on Wall Street.
Mr. Peña was founder, former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Great Western Resources Inc., (GWRI), a Houston-based natural resource company public on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
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In an 8-year period, starting with only $820, Mr. Peña grew Great Western Resources to $450 million while energy prices collapsed, the price of oil dropped from $40 to less than $8 per barrel and more than 10,000 energy companies in the US alone went out of business. During this massive energy decline GWRI grew a phenomenal 55 million percent.
Prior to Mr. Peña’s founding of GWRI, he was the Chairman of JPK Industries, Inc., a vertically integrated company in the petroleum industry, involved in oil and gas drilling, operating, production, crude oil refining and marketing.
As co-founder, he helped grow the company to $50,000,000 in three years.
Prior to JPK Industries, he was with the investment banking firm of Bear Stearns and Co. where he advised clients throughout the US and internationally.
Dan Peña currently serves as Chairman of his personal holding and other growing companies in various industries in the US, Europe, Australia, Canada, Asia and South America.
Dan Pena Net Worth
Dan is a very successful businessman. He has foundered Quantum Leap Advantage that has produced over 1 trillion dollars in equity. Dan Pena net worth is $450 million.
He engages in philanthropic works in Asia and some countries. He was appointed to the US Presidential Roundtable Senatorial Commission in 1991.