Jeff Goodman

Managing Director

Nashville, TN

Jeff Goodman is a Managing Director at Greenwich Capital Group, where he is responsible for developing and leading the execution of M&A and financing transactions for the firm, with a primary focus on the Technology sector, specifically in IT Infrastructure. Jeff leverages 19 years of experience advising technology companies across numerous sub-verticals, including IT infrastructure, Software Services, FinTech, and Advanced Materials. His transaction experience includes balance sheet restructurings, asset divestitures, sell-side mandates, buy-side representation, and equity and debt capital raises. 

Prior to joining Greenwich Capital Group, Jeff ran the technology practice for Oaklins Capital Alliance, a Dallas-based M&A advisory firm. Prior to Oaklins, Jeff ran US activities for Meghraj Capital, a UK-based investment bank, and was a Managing Director at The Seaport Group, Four Points Capital, and a Founder/Co-investment manager for Cypress Portfolio Group. 

Industry Affiliations: 

  • Association for Corporate Growth Member 

Industry Specialties

  • Technology
  • FinTech
  • Advanced Materials

Education

  • BA in Economics from University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • MBA from Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management

Certification

  • Registered Representative of GCG Securities LLC and holds the FINRA Series 7, 63, and 79 licenses

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