Wes has been active in both Private Equity and Investment Banking for over eight years. He has gained international experience with companies in both the middle market and large corporate space across a breadth of industries including healthcare, manufacturing, industrials, retail, business services, and technology.
He currently works for a Dresner Partners, a middle-market investment bank based in Chicago, and focuses the majority of his time on sell-side transactions, as well as capital raises/financings. Prior to Dresner Partners, he was an analyst at Periculum Capital where he provided transaction advisory and business valuation services for middle-market companies. In addition, Wes spent three years abroad while he was working for WestBridge Investments, Ltd, a private equity firm based in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
Wes received an MBA with a Focus in Finance, a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, and Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Dayton. He has passed Level II of the CFA and he is registered with FINRA (Series 79 and Series 63 Licenses).
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