In the pilot episode, Gary Moon interviews Sunny Vanderbeck, managing partner at Satori Capital, about Sunny’s perspective on mission-aligned business and how his investment firm is embracing profit and purpose simultaneously.
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How concerned should Americans be with Chinese investment in US tech companies? Guest speaker Brewer Stone, Partner at Nfluence Partners, points out Chinese investors are making different kinds of investments and assuming new levels of risk to achieve their objectives.
Brewer Stone, Partner at Nfluence Partners and an expert on US-China tech investments, is quoted in a recent Financial Times article about trade policies with China.
Brewer Stone, Partner at Nfluence Partners, was interviewed recently on Bloomberg Radio regarding the developing trade and investment disputes with China, drawing on his more than 20 years of experience in cross border transactions in China and other emerging markets.
Brewer Stone, an expert on China and cross-border mergers at Nfluence Partners, is quoted in a recent Barron’s article about volatility with technology stocks.
Finance Monthly speaks with former tech entrepreneur Gary Moon, who turned tech investment banker 16 years ago. He is currently the Managing Partner of the boutique investment bank Nfluence Partners, which focuses on M&A and capital formation advisory across various technology, media & telecom sectors.
Gary Moon founded, sold wireless company, then entered M&A. His tech team spun out of Headwaters MB to form boutique. Gary advised Meetup on its recent sale to WeWork.
New firm from seasoned team will provide M&A and private capital advisory for technology, media and telecommunications transactions with high-touch approach and mission-driven focus.
As one San Francisco investment banking team strikes out on their own, one of the city’s top executive recruiters says he expects more tech investment teams will do the same.