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The Money Book: Ellen R. Alemany

Commercial Banks

Ellen Alemany joined CIT in November 2015 and is leading the company’s evolution as a national bank specializing in commercial lending, leasing, and advisory services to small businesses and middle-market customers

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The Money Book: Mark Vidergauz

Investment Bankers

Mark Vidergauz advises public and private companies on a wide range of M&A and other corporate finance transactions across different branded consumer and retail industries.

The Money Book: Tom Turpin

Investment Bankers

Tom Turpin started his career in the corporate finance department at Goldman Sachs and spent 12 years as chief executive of several operating companies. He founded Riverbrook in July 2011.

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The Money Book: Duane Stullich

Investment Bankers

Prior to co-founding FocalPoint Partners, Duane Stullich was a contributor to the establishment of the corporate finance department at Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin and a co-founder of Murphy Noell Capital.

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The Money Book: Rajesh Sood

Investment Bankers

Rajesh Sood is head of debt capital markets at FocalPoint. He has served as lead adviser in raising senior and junior capital to support leveraged buyouts, growth and acquisition financing, and rescue financings

The Money Book: Jonathan Sokoloff

Private Equity Firms

Before joining Leonard Green in 1990, Jonathan Sokoloff was a managing director at Drexel Burnham Lambert.

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The Money Book: Mark J. Salter

Investment Bankers

Mark Salter has 19 years of investment banking experience, having financed and advised some of the world’s largest technology and internet companies.

The Money Book: Bryant Riley

Investment Bankers

Since founding B. Riley in Los Angeles in 1997, Bryant Riley has expanded the firm opportunistically into a broker dealer with offices in major U.S. financial markets.

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The Money Book: Nishen Radia

Investment Bankers

Nishen Radia has more than 20 years of experience advising owners of middle-market companies on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity recapitalizations, and financial restructurings.

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The Money Book: Russ Nudelman

Investment Bankers

Russ Nudelman is a director in the investment banking department at Roth Capital Partners.

The Money Book: Ken Moelis

Investment Bankers

Prior to founding Moelis & Co. in 2007, Ken Moelis was president of UBS Investment Bank and joint global head of investment banking.

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The Money Book: Andrew W. Kline

Investment Bankers

Andrew Kline oversees strategic development and execution for each of the clients engaged by Park Lane.

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The Money Book: Martin Sarafa

Private Equity

Martin Sarafa helped start CPCP in 1999. He is responsible for sourcing, closing, and managing investments structured as leveraged recapitalizations, later-stage growth capital, and leveraged buyouts.

The Money Book: Jonathan Howe

Investment Bankers

Jonathan Howe is managing director and head of mergers and acquisitions in the Wedbush Securities Investment Banking Group

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The Money Book: Jonathan Rosenthal

Private Equity

In 2007, Jonathan Rosenthal began to focus exclusively on principal investing in the corporate middle market, starting Saybrook Corporate Opportunity Funds, two institutional closed-end private equity vehicles for investing in complex control and noncontrol situations in the United States and Canada.

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The Money Book: Bennett Rosenthal

Private Equity

Bennett Rosenthal serves as co-chairman of Ares Capital Corp. (ARCC).

The Money Book: David Herman

Investment Bankers

David Herman co-founded Chelsea Capital, a boutique investment banking firm. Chelsea was sold to Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin, where Herman became a director in the investment banking division.

The Money Book: Charles Roellig

Private Equity

One of the co-­founders of the firm, Charles Roellig is responsible for sourcing, closing, and managing investments structured as leveraged recapitalizations, later-stage growth capital, and leveraged buyouts.

The Money Book: Lloyd Greif

Investment Bankers

Lloyd Greif has more than 35 years of investment banking experience, having been vice chairman and managing director of Sutro & Co. prior to founding Greif & Co. in 1992.

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The Money Book: Peter Nolan

Private Equity

Peter Nolan founded Nolan Capital Inc. in 2014 as the holding company for his family office to make long-term investments in growth-oriented companies.

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The Money Book: Andrew Nikou

Private Equity

Andrew Nikou is responsible for deal origination, M&A, operations, and for the overall management and strategy of OpenGate globally

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The Money Book: Andrew Brandon Gordon

Investment Bankers

Andrew Brandon Gordon is head of Investment Banking, West Coast, for Goldman Sachs and is a co-chair emeriti of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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The Money Book: Brian Moody

Private Equity

Brian Moody leads the Solace Capital Partner's financial and operational due-diligence efforts and portfolio oversight.

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The Money Book: David McGovern

Private Equity

McGovern founded Marlin in 2005 and serves as managing partner and chairman of the firm’s executive and investment committees.

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The Money Book: Jim Freedman

Investment Bankers

Jim Freedman has more than 30 years of investment banking and corporate finance experience, and is an expert in the financial aspects of corporate strategy.

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The Money Book: Jim McDermott

Private Equity

Prior to forming USRG in 2003, Jim McDermott started his career as a public power banker with First Boston’s municipal finance group in New York.

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