Krinbring Joins B. Riley FBR as Managing Director in San Francisco
JUN 13, 2019 - 6:50 am
B. Riley FBR brought on board Craig Krinbring as a managing director in the firm’s Investment Banking division in San Francisco.
In his new role, Krinbring will be focused on expanding B. Riley FBR’s investment banking presence in the technology sector.
Krinbring has extensive transaction experience with both public and private technology companies and in advising senior management and Board members on strategic activities and capital raising. He brings over 20 years of investment banking experience and broad sector expertise in semiconductors and semiconductor capital equipment, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other hardware to the firm.
“We’re excited to welcome Craig to our team,” said Andy Moore, CEO of B. Riley FBR. “We expect Craig’s deep relationships in the electronics, semiconductor and semiconductor capital equipment space will prove a natural fit with the B. Riley FBR platform, and we look forward to seeing him further enhance our growing technology franchise.”
Krinbring joins B. Riley FBR from KEMA Partners, where he focused on M&A and financings for private technology companies and previously served as managing director and head of semiconductor electronics investment banking for Oppenheimer & Co. Prior to that, he led the semiconductor investment banking effort for Citadel Securities and served as a core coverage officer focused on semiconductors and hardware within Citigroup’s global technology banking group.
“I’m thrilled to join the B. Riley FBR team,” said Krinbring. “I’ve been impressed with the firm’s growth and am excited to leverage the broader B. Riley platform for the benefit of my clients. This is an exciting opportunity for me, and I look forward to playing a role in building upon the firm’s momentum.”
B. Riley FBR is an investment bank which provides corporate finance, research and sales and trading to corporate, institutional and high net worth individual clients. Services include initial, secondary and follow-on offerings, institutional private placements and merger and acquisitions advisory services, and corporate restructuring.
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