Brian Kearns

Senior Vice President-Business Development at Globus Medical, Inc.

Brian Kearns

Brian Kearns

Senior Vice President-Business Development at Globus Medical, Inc.

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MedQuist, Inc.

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1348

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1

Birthday

1967

Age

53

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Founder at Globus Medical, Inc.

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Senior Vice President & Market Manager at Republic First Bank

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Member, Board of Governors at YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties

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Member, Board of Governors at YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties

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Member, Board of Governors at YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties

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Member/Chief Compliance Officer at GSG Advisors LLC

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Member, Board of Governors at YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties

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Member, Board of Governors at YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties

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Member, Board of Governors at YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties

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Vice President at Thomas Edison State College

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Brian Kearns
Senior Vice President-Business Development at Globus Medical, Inc.
Education
Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance
Master of Business Administration Degree
Career History
Executive Vice President, Treasurer & Chief Financial Officer
2000 - 2004

MedQuist, Inc. provides technology-enabled clinical documentation services. It offers health systems, hospitals, and group medical practices integrated solutions for voice capture, speech recognition, medical transcription, document management and clinical documentation improvement using natural language processing, as well as coding services. The firm's solutions are designed to facilitate electronic access to clinical information by healthcare providers and to improve overall performance and adoption of the Electronic Health Record. The company performs services utilizing the DocQment Enterprise Platform, its proprietary clinical documentation workflow management system. Its customers range from large hospitals and health systems with complex workflows and a large number of users to smaller hospitals and large group medical practices. The company was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Mount Laurel, NJ.

Vice President & Senior Health Care IT Analyst
1999 - 2000

Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Banc of America Securities (BAS) is the investment banking subsidiary of Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC). The firm provides both the domestic and international equity and investment banking markets, and pursues a strategy pioneered by Citigroup that combines corporate lending with investment banking advice and services.They provide high-yield debt underwriting and leveraged finance, in addition to industry coverage groups such as healthcare, media and telecom, financial institutions, real estate and gaming. BAS also does a significant amount of work for Financial Sponsors, or private equity firms, often financing leveraged transactions. Following the strategy of Goldman Sachs, the firm lacks a standalone mergers and acquisitions department, instead employing mergers and acquisitions senior bankers throughout the industry coverage groups.The firm is registered as a broker/dealer with the SEC, is a member of the NYSE, and the NASD. The use of Banc in the BAS's name is indicative of the fact that the company is not a bank, and their deposits and other holdings are not insured by the FDIC.

Senior Analyst, Business Services Equity Research
1994 - 1998

Salomon Brothers, Wall Street investment bank, known as a bulge bracket company. Founded in 1910 by three brothers (Arthur, Herbert and Percy) along with a clerk named Ben Levy, it remained a partnership until the early 1980s, when it was acquired by the commodity trading firm Phibro Corporation and then became Salomon Inc.

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