Richard E. Thornburgh

Senior Advisor at Corsair Capital LLC

Richard E. Thornburgh

Richard E. Thornburgh

Senior Advisor at Corsair Capital LLC

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Credit Suisse Group AG
Credit Suisse First Boston USA, Inc.
Credit Suisse AG /New York Branch

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Number of Boards

32

Birthday

1952

Age

68

Number of Awards

1

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Managing Partner at Corsair Capital LLC

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Executive Director at Diageo Plc

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Former Chief Risk Officer at Credit Suisse Group AG

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Chief Executive Officer & Executive Managing Director at Sculptor Capital LP

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Auditor at Arthur Andersen (UK)

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Co-Founder at Council Capital

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Chief Executive Officer-Global Markets at Credit Suisse Group AG

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Managing Director & Global Co-Head of Credit at BlackRock Alternative Investors

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Chief Risk Officer at Grosvenor Capital Management Customized Fund Investment Group

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Chairman, Investment Banking & Capital Markets at Credit Suisse Group AG

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Richard E. Thornburgh
Senior Advisor at Corsair Capital LLC
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The Institute of International Finance, Inc. operates as a financial institute. The company's members include commercial and investment banks, insurance companies, and investment management firms. It provides stocks, bonds, mutual & financial funds, and other investments services. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Washington, DC.

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Prior

Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is the leading advocacy organization for America’s financial services industry. With a 100- year tradition of service and accomplishment, FSR is a dynamic, forward-looking association advocating for the top financial services companies, keeping them informed on the vital policy and regulatory matters that impact their business. FSR members include the leading banking, insurance, asset management, finance and credit card companies in America. We are financing the American economy — creating jobs, expanding businesses, securing homes, businesses and retirement, insuring growth and building consumer confidence. With expanding Washington involvement in our industry, forming relationships and engaging with public officials and policymakers is critical to helping our members see around the curve, understand policies and regulations, and provide input to help shape them.

Career History
Senior Advisor
2006 - Current

Corsair Capital invests across an array of financial services industry verticals, including banking, insurance, asset management, specialty finance and financial technology. The firm invests in most major geographies including North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. Corsair pursues a value-driven investment style focusing on investment opportunities where they identify a positive discrepancy between price and intrinsic value. They conduct rigorous due diligence and are disciplined about price and sector.Corsair may take control or minority positions, individually or as a lead investor in a larger investment consortium. Investments may be in either public or private companies and may be in the form of equity, debt or hybrid securities. The firm partners with large institutional shareholders, management teams and financial investors. Corsair generally invests at least $50 million. They hold their investments for 3 to 6 years. Exits are usually through a public market sale or disposal to a strategic investor.Corsair's funds invest primarily in private equity, equity-related and other securities and obligations including preferred equity, subordinated debt or similar securities, in the global financial services industry. The funds may also invest in derivative financial instruments and may utilize leverage in connection with their investment strategies, subject to certain limitations. Investments in portfolio companies may be made indirectly by investing through partnerships or other entities (or by causing certain investors to invest through affiliated partnerships or other entities).

Executive Vice Chairman
1976 - 2005

Founded in 2003 Credit Suisse USA LLC is a broker/dealer headquartered in New York City with offices worldwide. The firm is a subsidiary of Credit Suisse Group AG (NYSE: CS).The Credit Suisse equity research equity group engages in a broad range of activities for investors including sales, trading, financing, prime brokerage and market-making in US and international equity and equity related securities, options, futures, risk management and hedging products. Their activities cover both exchange-traded and over-the-counter traded securities, including American depository receipts, restricted stocks, equity repurchases, block trade executions, program trading executions, equity derivatives and convertible securities.Their fixed-income franchise operates as a single, unified platform that handles all fixed-income cash and derivative products. Products and services range from securitization and liability management transactions to sales and trading and superior research.

Investment Banking
1976 - Prior

First Boston Corporation was a New York-based, bulge bracket, investment bank, founded in 1932 and acquired by Credit Suisse in 1990. Together with its sister investment banks, it was referred to as CS First Boston after 1993 and part of Credit Suisse First Boston after 1996. The First Boston part of the name was phased out by 2006. First Boston Corporation was created in 1932 as the investment banking arm of the First National Bank of Boston. It became an independent firm after passage of the Glass–Steagall Act, which required commercial banks to divest securities businesses in the wake of the 1929 stock market crash. First National Bank of Boston continued as a commercial bank, ultimately becoming part of Bank of America. The young First Boston investment bank was cobbled together from the investment banking arms of major commercial banks.

Boards & Committees
Director
2008 - 2008
Member, Board of Directors
Prior
Member, Board of Trustees
Prior - 2015
Member, Board of Directors
Prior
Political Donations
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Corsair IV Financial Services Capital Partners LP raised money in a private placement transaction

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Awards & Honors
2009
University of Cincinnati - Ohio
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