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Mar 23, 2017

Where will the smart fintech money go next? Our March 2017 Fintech Market Update

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Dear Clients and Friends: The Fintech M&A Report found here tracks deals and trends in the seven sectors of the fintech universe that we follow, and sometimes lead. Please find it here. If you are an avid reader of fintech m&a investment news and analyses as we are, you may have noticed an interesting shift in tone over the past year. (And I’m not referring to national politics.) For one, at a macro level, after seeing investments into fintech increase at dizzying rates between 2010 and 2015, the total amount invested into fintech in 2016 seems to have plateaued to…

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Mar 13, 2012

Marlin & Associates Continues Expansion and Adds Industry Veteran Jonathan Kaufman to Launch West Coast Office

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Dear Clients & Friends, We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Kaufman is joining our team as a partner and will open a new Marlin & Associates office in San Francisco. This is the second new office that we have opened in recent months.  In July, we announced the opening of our office in Hong Kong, China to complement our existing offices in New York; Washington, DC; and Toronto, Canada. Jonathan brings to our clients more than a decade of international experience advising firms in the technology and financial services sectors, including eight years in investment banking at UBS and…

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Jan 5, 2012

Marlin & Associates adds industry veteran and Goldman Sachs alumnus, Thomas Conigliaro

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We’re proud to announce our newest addition to the M&A team in New York, Thomas V. Conigliaro. For the past eight years, while at Goldman Sachs, Tom led “Hudson Street”, and Goldman’s investments into (and, in some cases, exits from) firms such as:  iSuppli , Lusight, Medley, Trim Tabs, QSG, Pacific Epoch, Wall Street on Demand, and Epocrates (Nasdaq: EPOC).  During this period, Tom traveled the world: vetting hundreds of companies; meeting key industry players; leading investments; serving on more than a dozen boards; and leveraging his operating experience to advise portfolio companies on ways to improve productivity and performance.…

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