Prior to joining GF Data and ACG, he served as Chief Development Officer and General Manager of Portfolio Management Research for With Intelligence (FKA Pageant Media). Prior to that he ran Hedge Fund Intelligence and Institutional Investor Intelligence for Euromoney Institutional Investor. Prior to that he ran Dow Jones Private Markets for Dow Jones & Co. with oversight of product management.
Bob has experience in both corporate and start-up environments, and an in-depth knowledge of private and public markets, including asset management, corporate finance, private equity, venture capital and hedge fund industries.
Bob began his career as a journalist covering private equity. He received his BA from Bowdoin College, and his MS in journalism from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University.
He is also CEO of Greenberg Variations Capital (GVC), an investment banking firm devoted to clients engaged in one-off or highly targeted transactions. GVC is based in Conshohocken, PA.
Andy’s prior experience was as a managing director with several middle-market investment banks. He has advised dozens of owner-managed private companies on transactions spanning industrial & consumer, business services and health care services sectors. He serves on the board of a privately held chemical distributor.
Before his move to investment banking, Andy was the youngest Secretary of Commerce in the history of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He served in that position from 1991 to 1994.
Andy began his career with the law firm that is now Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath. He has an A.B. from Brown University and a J.D. from Harvard University.
Andy received the Alliance of M&A Advisors’ Thought Leader of the Year Award in 2014.
He writes and speaks frequently on industry trends and practices, and is co-host of the Middle Market Musings podcast.
Tom joined ACG in December 2019, after overseeing unprecedented growth at the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC). At NAVC, Tom was a force for operational change and expansion, taking the organization from $11 million to $26 million in less than six years.
A native of Queens, he takes a no-nonsense approach to life. He uses a straightforward management style to drive exceptional growth through new products and services, increased brand awareness and reach, and improved audience engagement via multiple revenue-producing media channels.
Tom, his wife Jennifer and their two dogs split their time between New York and Bridgewater Connecticut, and their son, Hudson, plays lacrosse at Penn State.
Prior to his current role, Matthew served as the Vice President of Membership and Chapters at the American Academy of Optometry. He previously operated one of the largest special interest media groups in North America as Senior Vice President, Managing Director of Bonnier Corporation. At Bonnier, he led a team of 250 across marketing, sales and content and managed more than 20 event franchises associated with a niche brand portfolio. Matthew oversaw all operations and M&A activities for the company’s largest and most profitable business unit, increasing EBITA from ($2-mm) to +$7.5-mm between 2013 and 2017.