Holmes Joins ATEL Capital Group as Director of Institutional Sales
OCT 24, 2017 - 6:21 am
Timothy Holmes joined ATEL Capital Group to lead institutional fundraising efforts as director of institutional sales.
Over the course of his 25-year career in the investment industry, Holmes has been responsible for the execution of more than $500 million in direct equity investments in both private and public companies.
Prior to joining ATEL, Holmes was responsible for hedge fund investments and private equity transactions at SF Sentry Investment Group, a San Francisco based family office and wealth manager. In addition, he has been a managing director at Coast Asset Management, a multi-billion dollar fund of hedge funds and fixed income arbitrage manager. He also served as a client portfolio manager at Nuveen Asset Management, where he was responsible for business development and product management.
Previously, he was a managing member of Ascendant Capital Partners long/short equity fund of funds. In addition, he spent six years with John A. Levin & Co., where he held several key positions in sales and marketing, including institutional sales director.
“Tim is a key hire for us as we continue to build our presence and success in the institutional market place,” said Dean Cash, president and CEO of ATEL Capital Group. “Tim’s extensive experience and successful track record driving growth in the institutional arena will enable ATEL to provide U.S. institutional investors an attractive program.”
ATEL Capital Group is an international financial services company that offers financial solutions including equipment leasing, asset-based lending, venture finance, lease administration and asset management.
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