JEFFREY L. BOWMAN
Mr. Bowman focuses on providing merger, strategic advisory and valuation services to institutional firms, family offices and diversified financial services firms. He also sources investor capital for firms seeking to fund co-investment opportunities, equity re-cyling programs and buy outs. Before his current role, Mr Bowman was a Managing Director and Founder of SeaCap Partners, a merchant firm. He was also a Founding Partner of SeacCap Opportunities Fund, a private equity fund focused on asset management. Before joining SeaCap, Mr. Bowman spent 7 years with Keefe, Bruyette and Woods (“KBW”). At KBW Mr. Bowman was a Managing Director and head of the corporate finance group focused exclusively on investment management firms. He and his team led KBW to league table status as an advisor to investment management firms. He successfully undertook merger transactions, strategic advisory assignments, re-capitalizations and negotiated sale transactions for domestic and overseas clients totaling over $50 billion in assets under management and $700 million transaction value.
Prior to his role at KBW, Mr. Bowman was a Vice President at Citigroup. In this role, he undertook financial services industry analysis as a fixed income research analyst for the corporate investment banking and took a leading role in supporting a select member of the executive management team on Citicorp's proposed expansion of its investment banking and capital markets business. Before, Citigroup, Mr. Bowman was at Standard and Poor's were he was responsible for the debt ratings of the largest brokerage firms in the country, commercial banks, savings and loans, and finance companies. As a leading brokerage industry analyst, Mr. Bowman revised analytical methodologies, designed new approaches to liquidity adequacy and provided perspectives on the industry's future. He was a frequent speaker on industry issues facing the brokerage industry conferences held at S&P and industry sponsored events. Mr. Bowman commentary and analysis was also reported frequently by news media, such as The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and New York Times.
At Barclays Bank International, Mr. Bowman determined the suitability of new external capital raising structures for the bank's large corporate banking customers. As a consultant with Arthur Young and Company in Washington, D.C., Mr. Bowman consulting work resulted in specific recommendations to U.S. Treasury Department's proposed enactment of new oversight regulations and institutional capital market rules for financial institutions. Mr. Bowman holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Business Economics from the University of Southern California. He has also completed post-graduate work in public administration from U.S.C. Mr. Bowman is Series 7, 63, 79 and 24 licensed by the SEC.
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