Chiron Financial announced the recent hiring of Lauren O'Leary to support the firm's continued growth. O'Leary joins the firm as Director, Business Development and is responsible for co-leading growth efforts with firm industry and line of business leaders and developing a robust pipeline for long-term growth. She will be based in the firm's New York office.
O'Leary has over 20 years of senior level sales, investor relations and client management experience with investment banking and consulting firms. Prior to joining Chiron, Ms. O'Leary founded a consulting firm that assisted finance and technology companies with strategic organic and acquisition growth strategies. She previously guided investor relations and client management for Dahlman Rose & Co., an energy, transportation and infrastructure-focused investment banking firm and was a partner with global capital markets investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald.
Additionally, the firm announced the hiring of Edward Gautier-Winther as an Associate. Mr. Gautier-Winther brings significant investment, fundraising and transactional experience as well as experience across broad industry sectors including aerospace and defense, business services and human capital staffing sectors.
"We are excited to welcome Lauren and Edward to the team," said Jay Krasoff, Managing Director at Chiron Financial. "Lauren will play a key role in supporting our continued growth and drive our new business efforts targeting lower middle market companies and investors in North America and Europe. Edward will add depth and strengthen our investment banking team."
About Chiron Financial LLC
Chiron Financial LLC is an investment banking firm that arranges private placements of debt and equity capital as well as mergers, acquisitions and sales for middle market companies. We raise start-up capital and growth capital, and assist with refinancing, financial restructuring, and other special situations. Chiron’s clients have included companies in oil and gas, oil service and equipment, midstream and downstream energy, power, building products, basic materials, health care, real estate, retailing, light and heavy manufacturing, and non-profits.