SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES



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The Speakers

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Jon Madorsky   |  Frank Maeba   |   Cheryl Maliwanag   |  Cheryl Maliwanag   |  Tim Maloney   |  Lynn Marcrum   |  Adam Marcus   |  Scott Marden   |  Jonathan Marino   |  Jonathan Marino   |  Neha Markle   |  John Marron   |  Reynold Martin   |  Kristina Matthews   |  Marina Mavrakis   |  Scott Maxwell   |  Dave McClure   |  William McEnroe   |  Mike McGill   |  Thomas McGlade   |  Cliff Meijer   |  James Meisner   |  Jane Mendillo   |  Jim Millstein   |  Rachel Minard   |  Craig Mitchell   |  Ralph Money   |  Matthew Moniot   |  Howard Morgan   |  Howard Morgan   |  Michael Moy   |  Michael Moy   |  Terry Mullen

Jon Madorsky, Managing Principal, RCP Advisors
Buyouts East Speaker

Mr Jon Madorsky is responsible for the identification and analysis of potential investments, as well as monitoring of the Firm’s current portfolio. In addition, Mr. Madorsky is a member of the Investment Committee and active as an Advisory Board member of various underlying funds. Mr. Madorsky has been involved in the private equity industry for over 10 years. He has been with the Firm since the formation of RCP Fund II. Prior to joining RCP, Mr. Madorsky worked for two middle market buyout funds. Mr. Madorsky also worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Strategic Business Unit.

Mr. Madorsky received a BA in History from Emory University and an MBA from the University of Chicago. Mr. Madorsky sits on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago and is a Toigo Mentor.

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Frank Maeba, Managing Partner, Breton Hill Capital
HedgeWorld East Speaker

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Cheryl Maliwanag, Director, Pathway Capital Management
Venture Alpha East Speaker

Ms. Maliwanag has enjoyed a 20-year career in private equity. She has spent the past 15 years at Pathway Capital Management. Pathway was established in 1991 and has grown into one of the largest, most experienced and stable global private equity fund of funds managers in the world, with $25B AUM. Pathway maintains a rich and varied client list, ranging from large, multi-national financial institutions and public pension funds, to smaller family offices, endowments and foundations. Similarly, Pathway invests in a variety of private equity funds, both large and small, and comprising a broad range of strategies. Pathway and its predecessor firm have consistently invested in private equity funds for almost 30 years and Pathway maintains a database of 8,000 funds that have come to market during this time, providing Pathway unique perspective on the asset class.

As a director in Pathway’s California office, Ms. Maliwanag leads due diligence on investment opportunities and monitors existing fund investments, including serving on fund advisory boards and valuation committees. Ms. Maliwanag also assists in client servicing and fund development. She is frequently invited to speak at industry conferences to share her insights on the evolution of the industry, best practices, and current issues impacting the private equity asset class.

Prior to joining Pathway, Ms. Maliwanag was at BankAmerica Ventures, where she originated and evaluated direct venture investments. Prior to joining BankAmerica Ventures in 1993, Ms. Maliwanag was an active certified public accountant and held corporate and public accounting positions. Ms. Maliwanag serves on the board of directors of The Girl Scouts of Orange County.

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Cheryl Maliwanag, Director, Pathway Capital Management
AIMS Speaker

Ms. Maliwanag has enjoyed a 20-year career in private equity. She has spent the past 15 years at Pathway Capital Management. Pathway was established in 1991 and has grown into one of the largest, most experienced and stable global private equity fund of funds managers in the world, with $25B AUM. Pathway maintains a rich and varied client list, ranging from large, multi-national financial institutions and public pension funds, to smaller family offices, endowments and foundations. Similarly, Pathway invests in a variety of private equity funds, both large and small, and comprising a broad range of strategies. Pathway and its predecessor firm have consistently invested in private equity funds for almost 30 years and Pathway maintains a database of 8,000 funds that have come to market during this time, providing Pathway unique perspective on the asset class.

As a director in Pathway’s California office, Ms. Maliwanag leads due diligence on investment opportunities and monitors existing fund investments, including serving on fund advisory boards and valuation committees. Ms. Maliwanag also assists in client servicing and fund development. She is frequently invited to speak at industry conferences to share her insights on the evolution of the industry, best practices, and current issues impacting the private equity asset class.

Prior to joining Pathway, Ms. Maliwanag was at BankAmerica Ventures, where she originated and evaluated direct venture investments. Prior to joining BankAmerica Ventures in 1993, Ms. Maliwanag was an active certified public accountant and held corporate and public accounting positions. Ms. Maliwanag serves on the board of directors of The Girl Scouts of Orange County.

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Tim Maloney , Managing Director, Abbott Capital Management
Buyouts East Speaker

Mr. Maloney is a Managing Director of Abbott Capital, which manages more than $7.5 billion of institutional private equity assets. He is a member of Abbott’s Investment Committee. Mr. Maloney sources and conducts due diligence on private equity funds of all strategies, including venture capital, growth equity, buyouts, and special situations. Based in New York, his research ranges from North America, to Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Related to his responsibilities for on-going monitoring of Abbott’s investments, he is a member of several Advisory Boards for various partnership funds. Prior to joining Abbott in 2004, Mr. Maloney worked for the private equity advisory team at Frye-Louis Capital Management in Chicago. His background was as a pension consultant with Hewitt Associates. Mr. Maloney received his B.S. in Accounting from DePaul University, and his M.B.A. in Finance from New York University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

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Lynn Marcrum, Senior Analyst, Aite Partners
HedgeWorld East Speaker

Lyn Marcrum is a senior analyst with Aite Group, focusing on operational trends and technologies for the buy-side industry. Ms. Marcrum brings to Aite Group more than 25 years of experience working in securities market technology, capital markets operations, and consulting in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Prior to joining Aite Group, Ms. Marcrum was a managing director of Camino Consulting LLC, working with clients to implement market-driven and other strategic changes and advising technology companies on product development and client integration and implementation issues. She has helped firms to bridge the gap between business objectives, client needs, and technology solutions, and is proficient in addressing the development, implementation, and integration of data standards used in the securities industry. Before founding Camino Consulting, Ms. Marcrum held leadership roles with IBM Global Services, SWIFT, the International Securities Clearing Corporation, and SunTrust.

Ms. Marcrum holds an M.A. in International Management from The American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird) and a B.S. (cum laude) in Business and Spanish from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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Adam Marcus, Managing Director, OpenView Venture Partners
Venture Alpha East Speaker

Adam Marcus is a managing director at OpenView Venture Partners, a Boston-based venture capital firm that invests in expansion-stage technology companies. Prior to joining OpenView in 2009, he worked at Battery Ventures, focusing on investments in SaaS, e-commerce, and digital media. While at Battery, Adam was on the board of J. Hilburn, a board observer at ExactTarget (NYSE: ET), and was actively involved with Cortera. Prior to Battery, he was director of corporate development for The Boston Celtics, where he led strategic initiatives for the team. He also worked at Lycos (sold to Telefonica), where he was responsible for M&A, private equity and joint venture investment within North America, Europe, and Asia. Earlier in his career, Adam worked in business development atGamesville.com (sold to Lycos) and at Tripod.com, which was an early innovator in the online community space (sold to Lycos). He earned a BA in psychology and Spanish from Franklin and Marshall College and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

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Scott Marden, Managing Partner, CIP Capital
Buyouts East Speaker

For over two decades, Mr. Marden has been a recognized leader in the information services, media and publishing industries, with leadership experience balanced between senior operating and financial roles. Before forming CIP Capital, Mr. Marden led the investment activities in the information, media and services sectors at DLJ Merchant Banking Partners ("DLJMBP") from 2006-10.

Mr. Marden has held a number of senior executive roles in leading information and media companies. From 2001 to 2005, he served as President of the Information and Media segment of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., one of the Company’s three operating segments, with revenue in excess of $1 billion. Mr. Marden was President and Board Member of Marvel Entertainment Group, Inc. (1996-98). He also served as President and CEO of Philips Media (1993-96), a $1 billion division of Philips Electronics N.V., where he held worldwide operating responsibility for Philips’ software, digital, broadband and service businesses. From 1982-86 he was a senior executive at CBS, Inc., serving as President of the CBS International Publishing division.

Mr. Marden has over a decade of leadership experience in private equity and financial services. He led the information and media investment banking practices at Bear Stearns & Co. (1991-93) and Bankers Trust Company (1986-91). Mr. Marden has served on a number of corporate and non-profit boards including: Advanstar, Inc., General Magic, Inc., Marvel Entertainment Group, Inc., Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Inc., NavTech, Inc., United Pan European Communications N.V. and Whittle Communications, Inc., the Museum of the Moving Image, and the Museum of Television and Radio. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for RevSpring, Inc. and CoAdvantage Corporation.

Mr. Marden holds a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University and received a master’s degree from the University of Chicago.

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Jonathan Marino, Editor , peHub.com
Buyouts East Speaker

Jonathan Marino joined Thomson Reuters to edit peHUB in 2010. Prior to coming to peHUB, he worked as a writer and editor with the M&A Journal, covering private equity and investment banking. He has also written for publications including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, Washington Examiner and mergermarket.

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Jonathan Marino, Editor, peHub.com
AIMS Speaker

Jonathan Marino joined Thomson Reuters to edit peHUB in 2010. Prior to coming to peHUB, he worked as a writer and editor with the M&A Journal, covering private equity and investment banking. He has also written for publications including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, Washington Examiner and mergermarket.

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Neha Markle, Portfolio Manager, Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners
Buyouts East Speaker

Neha Champaneria Markle is a portfolio manager for the Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners Private Equity Fund of Funds group. She joined Morgan Stanley AIP in 2006 and has more than 12 years of industry experience. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Markle worked at Pomona Capital, managing secondary and primary interests in venture capital and buyout funds, and Apax Partners, a leading global private equity firm. Previously, she served on the management team at Springboard Enterprises, a non-profit organization focused on venture capital, and as an analyst at Morgan Stanley. Ms. Markle received a B.S. magna cum laude in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. with honors from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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John Marron, Investment Officer, Georgetown University
AIMS Speaker

John Marron is an Investment Officer and helped start Georgetown's Investment Office in 2004. He is focused primarily on public equity and hedge fund investments. Prior to joining Georgetown, Mr. Marron was a senior analyst at Callahan & Associates, a small consulting firm in Washington, DC. Mr. Marron holds a BS in commerce from the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce with a concentration in finance and is a CFA charterholder.

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Reynold Martin, Associate Director - Infrastructure & Real Assets, Allstate Investments
AIMS Speaker

Reynold Martin is an Associate Director in the Infrastructure and Real Assets Group where he is responsible for investments within the Infrastructure and Energy sectors. Mr. Martin joined Allstate in 2000 and previously spent five years as a member of Allstate’s Private Equity group and six years as a member of Allstate’s Private Placement Group. Within those groups, Mr. Martin has been responsible for the underwriting and managing of a portfolio of private equity/mezzanine funds and co-investments, private placement loans, and bank loans including the utilities and energy sectors. Prior to joining Allstate, he worked in Prudential Capital Group’s Private Placement department, where he was responsible for analyzing private placement transactions within the Midwestern United States.

Mr. Martin earned a BS and an MBA from Florida A&M University, and is a CFA charter holder.

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Kristina Matthews, Managing Partner, Rising Tide Fund Advisors
AIMS Speaker

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Marina Mavrakis, Managing Director, Head of Private Equity, High Yield & Distressed Investments, TIAA-CREF
PartnerConnect East Speaker
AIMS Speaker

Marina Mavrakis is managing director and head of Private Equity, High Yield & Distressed Investments for the TIAA-CREF organization. Ms. Mavrakis is responsible for overseeing the organizations investments in private equity funds and privately placed below investment grade debt and equity. Most recently, she was head of Private Placement Investments where she was responsible for the acquisition of corporate investment grade debt instruments. While at TIAA-CREF, she has held various positions across the private and public asset classes. Ms. Mavrakis joined the TIAA-CREF organization in 1994. Ms. Mavrakis has 25 years of investment experience including a position at JP Morgan where she was a credit analyst in the Corporate Finance area. Ms. Mavrakis holds a B.A. in economics from Smith College and an M.B.A. in finance from New York University, Stern School of Business.

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Scott Maxwell, Senior Managing Director & Founder, OpenView Venture Partners
Venture Alpha East Speaker

Scott Maxwell began his career as a venture capitalist in 2000, working as a senior managing director at Insight Venture Partners. In 2006, he founded OpenView Venture Partners, a Boston-based venture capital firm that invests in expansion-stage technology companies, where he is currently the senior managing director. He has spent more than a decade developing and communicating the vision that VC firms can, and should, offer meaningful value beyond the capital that they invest. Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, Mr. Maxwell held senior positions Putnam Investments, Lehman Brothers, and McKinsey & Company.

Mr. Maxwell graduated from MIT with a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and a Master of Science in management from the MIT Sloan MBA program. He also holds a BS and MS in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Davis.

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Dave McClure, Founding Partner, 500 Startups
Venture Alpha East Speaker

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William McEnroe, Managing Partner, Civatis
HedgeWorld East Speaker

William McEnroe is the founder of Civatis, an outsource CFO platform with institutional infrastructure, targeting families with assets greater than $1 Billion. He is the founder of FTS, an international tax firm exclusively dedicated to the Alternative Investment Industry. FTS’s professional team is comprised of former Big Four CPAs,and JDs with extensive knowledge and experience in servicing Hedge Funds, Private Equity Funds, and Real Estate Funds. FTS has locations in New York, Fort Lauderdale, Greenwich, Bermuda and Cayman. Prior to founding FTS he was a founding Partner of WTAS, Head of the Alternative Investment Tax Group in New York and a member of the investment committee. He has over 25 years of experience in advising clients on business and diverse tax matters, including extensive knowledge of alternative investments, partnership taxation, offshore taxation, and multistate taxation. His clients include complex alternative investment funds both on-shore and off-shore, and some of the largest family offices in the United States. He is a member of MetCircle, the Explorers Club, and the Forbes 400 Advisory Council. William serves on the Board of Advisors to both The Family Office Association and Communities in Schools and is a founder of the Haitian Farmer’s Cooperative.

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Mike McGill, Founder and Managing Director, MHT Partners
Buyouts East Speaker

Mike McGill, Co-Founder and Managing Director of MHT, focuses on business services (traditional and tech-enabled), information-intensive businesses and high-growth consumer products and services. While at MHT, Mr. McGill led the execution of assignments for Port-A-Cool, Noesis, PsPrint, Freeman, Contract Datascan, Edline, Efficient Attic Systems, Authentix, Frozsun Holdings, Trinity Consultants, xpressdocs, Chemical Information Services, Impact Innovations and Softbrands. Prior to founding MHT, Mr. McGill spent five years at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (and subsequently CS First Boston) in the Dallas office where he managed the execution of M&A advisory and corporate finance transactions for middle-market companies. Prior to joining DLJ, he spent several years in New York with Lehman Brothers focused primarily on M&A advisory.

Mr. McGill earned an MBA, with distinction, from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BBA in Finance and Real Estate. He serves on the board of the Wilkinson Center in Dallas, a charity focused on providing pathways out of poverty. He is also an active member of the Lone Star chapter of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and is a frequent presenter and faculty member speaking on the subjects of M&A and capital markets generally.

Mr. McGill lives in Dallas with his wife and three daughters and is an avid skier and cyclist.

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Thomas McGlade , Portfolio Manager & Director, U.S. Office, Prologue Capital INC
HedgeWorld East Speaker

Thomas McGlade is a Trader and Director of Prologue Capital’s U.S. business based in Greenwich, CT. Prologue Capital is an alternative investment firm that manages a discretionary fixed income strategy with an emphasis on inflation-linked investments. Founded in 2006 and with offices in London and Greenwich, CT, Prologue has approximately $2.1 billion in assets under management. Prior to Prologue, Mr. McGlade spent 15 years at RBS Greenwich Capital, most recently as a Managing Director and Head Trader for long duration U.S. Treasury bonds. During his tenure at RBS Greenwich Capital, he specialized in relative value and arbitrage opportunities in U.S. Treasuries, futures and derivatives. Along with Graham Walsh and David Lofthouse, he was part of the team that established Greenwich Capital as a premier government bond trading house.

Mr. McGlade began his career in commercial real estate as a project manager with Newport National Corporation in San Diego. He holds a B.A. in economics from Duke University.

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Cliff Meijer, Managing Partner, Thomas Weisel Global Growth Partners
Buyouts East Speaker

Clifford Meijer is a Partner with Thomas Weisel Global Growth Partners LLC, the private equity fund management group within Stifel Finanancial Corp. Mr. Meijer has spent the last 22 years investing in private equity, either on a primary or secondary basis. Prior to joining Stifel in 2002, Mr. Meijer spent six years with BancBoston Capital where he was a Vice President, responsible for secondary purchases of private equity portfolios. Prior to joining BancBoston Capital, Mr. Meijer spent six years at Abbott Capital Management, an investment management firm specializing in private equity investments. Prior to his tenure at Abbott Capital Management, Mr. Meijer was with Venture Economics, an industry research firm focused on the private equity market. He holds an M.B.A. from The F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College and a B.S. from Babson College.

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James Meisner, Managing Director, Commonfund
HedgeWorld East Speaker

James Meisner is Managing Director in the Commonfund Hedge Fund Strategies Group. He shares responsibility for research, manager identification, due diligence, and investment monitoring for hedge fund portfolios at Commonfund, a $24 billion investment manager for nonprofit institutions. Prior to joining Commonfund in 2004, he spent 12 years at RBS Greenwich Capital, where he was Managing Director and head of research for the Portfolio Strategies Group. Prior to that he was head of futures and options research at Yamaichi America and at Merrill Lynch Capital Markets. Meisner began his business career at the Chicago Board of Trade, where he was involved in the introduction of options on bond futures. Earlier, he was an Instructor in Statistics at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He received an AB in mathematics and an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago, and completed coursework and examinations for a PhD in econometrics at the Graduate School of Business. He has published numerous articles in academic and financial journals.

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Jane Mendillo, President & Chief Executive Officer, Harvard Management Company
PartnerConnect East Speaker

Jane Mendillo became President and Chief Executive Officer of Harvard ManagementCompany (HMC) on July 1, 2008. Since rejoining HMC, Jane has reoriented and grown HMC’s investment platform and organization to position the portfolio for continued long-term success. Ms. Mendillo returned to HMC after serving as Chief Investment Officer of Wellesley College from 2002-2008, where she built the college's first investment office and restructured its investment portfolio.

Prior to Wellesley, Ms. Mendillo spent 15 years at HMC where her responsibilitiesincluded oversight of all of the portfolio’s outside-managed assets as Vice President of External Management, after serving as a key member of the Internal Equity and Private Equity management teams.

Ms. Mendillo earned her BA and MBA degrees from Yale University. She began her business career as a management consultant with Bain & Company in Boston. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society, Inc., the Boston Committee on Foreign Relations and the Boston Economic Club and serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Boston Foundation. She also serves on the Investment Committees at Partners Healthcare and the Rockefeller Foundation.

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Jim Millstein, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer , Millstein & Co
Buyouts East Speaker

Mr Jim Millstein is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Millstein & Co.

Until March 2011, Mr. Millstein was the Chief Restructuring Officer at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. In that role, he was responsible for oversight and management of the Department's largest investments in the financial sector. He was the architect of American International Group's (AIG) successful restructuring, described by the Wall Street Journal as the "Super Bowl of Corporate Turnarounds."

Prior to serving at the Treasury Department, Mr. Millstein spent more than two decades in the private sector, where he "worked on some of the biggest bankruptcies in history," per the New York Times.

From July 2000 to April 2009, Mr. Millstein served as Managing Director and Global Co-Head of Corporate Restructuring at Lazard. Mr. Millstein managed a leading restructuring practice in Europe, the United States and Asia. Selected engagements included representation of the United Auto Workers in connection with the restructuring of their contractual relationships with GM, Ford and Chrysler; representation of Charter Communications in connection with its pre-packaged plan of reorganization under Chapter 11; representation of the Republic of Argentina in connection with the exchange offer for its international bond indebtedness; representation of WorldCom in connection with its Chapter 11 reorganization; representation of United Pan-European Communications in connection with its pre-arranged plan of arrangement in the Netherlands and Delaware; and, representation of Marconi in connection with its scheme of arrangement in the United Kingdom.

Before joining Lazard, Mr. Millstein was Partner and Head of the Corporate Restructuring practice at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. From September 1982 to June 2000, Mr. Millstein managed a highly successful practice of a major international law firm. Significant engagements included representation of Daewoo Corporation in connection with its financial restructuring in Korea; representation of the Disney Corporation in connection with the financial restructuring of EuroDisney in France; representation of Pan-American Airlines in connection with its Chapter 11 reorganization; and, representation of the Zell-Chilmark Fund in its acquisition of various troubled companies in and out of Chapter 11.

Mr. Millstein received a J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He holds an M.A. in Political Science summa cum laude from the University of California, Berkeley. Mr. Millstein graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Politics from Princeton University.

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Rachel Minard, Founder & CEO, Minard Capital
HedgeWorld East Speaker

Rachel Minard is the Founder and CEO of Minard Capital LLC, a global institutional marketing intelligence and asset raising firm based in San Francisco and New York City. Before building Minard Capital, Rachel built and managed global institutional investment businesses for twenty years, including twelve years building fund of hedge fund firms, notably Cadogan Management and Corbin Capital Partners. Raising over $10 billion in the course of her career, Rachel started her marketing career in 1991 after her first company was hired to build the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Rachel holds a B.A. in journalism with honors from Northeastern University with notable distinction as a Wesley W. Marple Distinguished Lecturer by the university. She serves on several-high profile advisory boards, has won numerous industry awards for institutional marketing and is a member of the Investment Sub-Committee of the Westover School Endowment. She is also a frequent keynote at industry conferences including appearances on NPR, TEDsf and CNBC. Her first book, Speaking in Thumbs: The Handbook of Empathy is due next Fall 2013.

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Craig Mitchell, Director, LP Capital Advisors
AIMS Speaker

Craig Mitchell is a Director in the Client and Advisory Services group based in Sacramento, California. Mr. Mitchell focuses on investment sourcing and screening and due diligence on fund, direct investments, secondaries and co-investments in addition to providing valuation and strategic advisory services. Additionally, Mr. Mitchell concentrates on activities related to managers focused on turnaround / distressed for control opportunities globally.

Prior to joining LP Capital Advisors in 2008, Mr. Mitchell spent three years at Wachovia Securities in the mergers and acquisitions group advising corporate and private equity clients on a variety of transactions. Prior to Wachovia Securities, Mr. Mitchell spent over six years in various accounting and consulting roles, including three years at Ernst & Young LLP.

Mr. Mitchell received an MBA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley. Mr. Mitchell is a CPA (inactive).

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Ralph Money, Managing Director , Commonfund
Buyouts East Speaker

Mr. Money is a Managing Director of Commonfund Capital. He is a member of the investment team, senior product specialist and serves as the team’s lead limited partner contact. Mr. Money has 28 years of experience in investments, investor relations, nonprofit financial and general management and institutional banking. Mr. Money joined Commonfund Securities, Inc. in 1999 serving the investment management needs of institutional investors primarily in the northeast.

Prior to joining Commonfund, Mr. Money held various leadership positions within foundation and mission-based organizations including the American Red Cross. His responsibilities included setting strategic directions, financial and investment management, advancement and resource development. Mr. Money also spent four years at the Chase Manhattan Bank as an officer responsible for covering financial institutions in New England and the Midwest.

He has served on the advisory boards of several private capital limited partnerships. He has served on the boards of directors of several social sector enterprises and is the former ranking member and chairman of the fire commission in Fairfield, CT, past chairman of the investment committee of The Unquowa School and is a former member of the Police and Fire Retirement Board for the Town of Fairfield. Mr. Money received a B.S. in Business Administration from Georgetown University and has an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

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Matthew Moniot, Founder & Chief Investment Officer, Elanus Capital Management, LLC
HedgeWorld East Speaker

Matthew Moniot is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Elanus Capital Management, LLC (“ECM”), an independent alternative asset manager focused on the global financial services industry. ECM has experienced 16.6% returns year to date and 17.5% since inception on December 11, 2011.

Throughout his career, Matthew has specialized in sovereign and financial credit and equity markets, serving professionally as an economist, portfolio manager, analyst, and trader. From 2006-2010, Matthew headed the international financials portfolio of Millennium Management in New York. As an early and vocal critic of European banking leverage and US mortgage malfeasance, Matthew significantly outperformed the market, generating strongly positive returns during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Prior to his time with Millennium, Matthew managed a global financials portfolio at Lehman Brothers, where he was instrumental in founding and building out their principal strategies group, Equity Capital Management, from 2004 to 2006.

From 2001-2004, Matthew worked with Leon Cooperman at Omega Advisors as a financial analyst. As the lead analyst, Matthew conducted significant diligence on investment and commercial banks and insurance companies globally. From 1995-1999, Matthew was a sovereign and financials credit trader with the proprietary trading group of Brazilian Bank FonteCindam. During his tenure with FonteCindam in Rio and Sao Paolo, Matthew led a three person team trading derivative and cash markets linked to global sovereign and financial credits. Matthew managed these portfolios through the Asian crisis, Russian default and Brazilian devaluation. While in Brazil, Matthew spent considerable time advising the Brazilian Central Bank on a range of issues as they related to the Country’s foreign exchange policy.

Prior to his work in Brazil, Matthew worked with the United Nations’ World Health and Food and Agriculture Organizations in Rome as an economic analyst. Matthew holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University and an MA from The University of Texas at Austin. He has provided expert advice to the OECD’s Financial Roundtable on banking regulatory policy, advising global regulators and central bankers on financial policymaking implications.

Matthew was born in Washington DC and speaks Portuguese, Spanish and Italian. He lives in New York City with his wife, Annie Wayte, a noted chef and author, and their two young children.

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Howard Morgan, Partner, First Round
Venture Alpha East Speaker

Bio to come...

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Howard Morgan, Co-President, Castle Harlan
AIMS Speaker

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Michael Moy, Managing Director, Pension Consulting Alliance
Venture Alpha East Speaker

Michael Moy is a Managing Director and member of the Board of Directors with Pension Consulting Alliance, Inc. (PCA) where he specializes in private equity. He has conducted strategic reviews of the CalPERS and New York City Pension Plans private equity programs and has been involved in several projects for the New York State Common Retirement Fund. He serves as the Lead on PCA’s strategic private equity consulting relationship with the Investment Committees of CalPERS and CalSTRS. He is the co-lead on the total private equity relationship with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Employees’ Retirement Plan and the Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System. He also works with other clients on investment policy development, portfolio structuring, manager due diligence and specialized research.

Previously, Mr. Moy was a Managing Director at Pacific Corporate Group, Inc. where he was a member of the Board of Directors and co-leader of the group responsible for evaluating, recommending, and monitoring private equity investments for public institutional clients (CalPERS, Oregon PERS, Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island, and the Fire & Police Pension Association of Colorado).

Mr. Moy is a certified public accountant (inactive) who spent twenty-nine years with KPMG LLP where he was the regional leader of an acquisition advisory practice and the Managing Partner of several offices. He has also been the acting CFO for several troubled private equity fund portfolio companies.

Mr. Moy received his Bachelor of Business Administration from St. John’s University.

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Michael Moy, Managing Director, Pension Consulting Alliance
AIMS Speaker

Michael Moy is a Managing Director and member of the Board of Directors with Pension Consulting Alliance, Inc. (PCA) where he specializes in private equity. He has conducted strategic reviews of the CalPERS and New York City Pension Plans private equity programs and has been involved in several projects for the New York State Common Retirement Fund. He serves as the Lead on PCA’s strategic private equity consulting relationship with the Investment Committees of CalPERS and CalSTRS. He is the co-lead on the total private equity relationship with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Employees’ Retirement Plan and the Seattle City Employees’ Retirement System. He also works with other clients on investment policy development, portfolio structuring, manager due diligence and specialized research.

Previously, Mr. Moy was a Managing Director at Pacific Corporate Group, Inc. where he was a member of the Board of Directors and co-leader of the group responsible for evaluating, recommending, and monitoring private equity investments for public institutional clients (CalPERS, Oregon PERS, Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island, and the Fire & Police Pension Association of Colorado).

Mr. Moy is a certified public accountant (inactive) who spent twenty-nine years with KPMG LLP where he was the regional leader of an acquisition advisory practice and the Managing Partner of several offices. He has also been the acting CFO for several troubled private equity fund portfolio companies.

Mr. Moy received his Bachelor of Business Administration from St. John’s University.

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Terry Mullen, Partner, Founder, Arsenal Capital Partners
Buyouts East Speaker

Terrence M. Mullen is Co-Founder and Partner of Arsenal Capital Partners, a leading private equity firm that invests in specialty industrial, healthcare, and financial services sectors where it has deep expertise. The firm is comprised of a team of 35 professionals with extensive investment, transaction, industry, and operating capabilities. This diverse team enables companies to accelerate growth and compound profitability. Arsenal Capital Partners operates out of offices in New York City and Shanghai and currently has $800 million of equity capital under management.

In 2000, Mr. Mullen co-founded Arsenal Capital Partners with Jeffrey B. Kovach, a colleague at Thomas H. Lee Partners (currently known as THL Partners), a $20 billion private equity firm in Boston, Massachusetts. At THL Partners, Mr. Mullen was a Principal and invested in manufacturing, services and media companies. While at THL Partners, Mr. Mullen had a leading role in growth buyout investments with a total equity value of $700 million, enterprise values of over $1.8 billion. Mr. Mullen also worked in the Investment Banking Division of Morgan Stanley & Co. and received a B.B.A. in Finance and Economics from the University of Notre Dame and a M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Mr. Mullen currently serves on the boards of DG3 Holdings, LLC, KGS-Alpha Capital Markets, LP, and Source Refrigeration & HVAC, Inc. He previously served on the boards of additional Arsenal portfolio companies IDQ Holdings, Inc., Priority Solutions Inc., Renaissance Mark Holdings Corp., Sermatech International Holdings Corp., and TallyGenicom Holdings, LLP.

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