Marc A. Gineris

Marc A. Gineris
Founder, Incyte Capital

Marc A. Gineris is Managing General Partner and the Founder of Incyte Capital Holdings, LLC and its various predecessor affiliates. Marc has led Incyte’s private equity investment activities as a General Partner for 20 years. Prior to founding Incyte in early 2000, Marc was an investment banking Managing Director, Partner and head of IB corporate finance divisions at leading Wall Street firms in New York and San Francisco including Kidder, Peabody and Alex. Brown and Sons. ┬áMarc left investment banking as a Senior Managing Director after 18 years, ultimately having led corporate finance bankruptcy and restructuring groups at Deutsche Bank and Alex. Brown and Sons Incorporated. Marc began his career in the selective corporate finance analysts program with Kidder, Peabody in New York in 1981 directly out of college.

Marc has over 30 years experience in raising capital for, investing in and working closely with the senior management of middle market companies. He has completed hundreds of successful middle market investment or sale transactions during his career and is a recognized expert in the areas of valuation, financial restructuring, and capital structure funding. Marc also has operational experience and has acted as Chief Executive Officer, President or Chief Restructuring Officer in a number of rebalancing initiatives for Incyte’s portfolio companies.

Marc has served as a board member to numerous companies in his career, most notably including Aileen, Inc. (NYSE:AEE), New Dimensions In Medicine (OTC:NDM), eVIN, Inc. (private), Madison Telecommunications Holdings Inc. (private), Paging Network of Canada Inc. (private), American Messaging Services, LLC. (private) and Liquid Engines, Inc. (private). Early in his career, Marc led notable corporate bankruptcy and out of court restructurings for constituencies with interests in Trans World Airlines, Eastern Airlines, Global Marine, Lomas Financial Corporation, Carter Hawley Hale Stores, Hexcel Corporation, WinCup Holdings and Crown Packaging, among others. Over the years, Marc has authored numerous articles and been a lecturer and speaker on the topics of corporate and securities valuation and turnaround investing.

Marc graduated with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts in 1985 and is an honors graduate of Pomona College, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1981.