Mark SolovyManaging Director – Co-Head, Technology Finance Group at Monroe Capital
Mark Solovy joined Monroe Capital in 2013 to start and lead the firm’s national technology and software investment vertical. Mark is responsible for originating, underwriting, executing and monitoring direct lending, opportunistic private credit, and structured equity investments in software, tech-enabled business services and technology companies for Monroe. Mark is also the primary investment professional responsible for Monroe’s co-sponsorship and PIPE investment activities with a series of financial technology (fintech) focused SPACs - Thunder Bridge Acquisition, Ltd. and Thunder Bridge Acquisition II, Ltd. Prior to joining Monroe, Mark was a Managing Director with Hercules Capital, where he was responsible for venture debt investments in technology companies. Mark earned a JD Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Business Administration summa cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis, where he was a teaching assistant for Federal Reserve System Governor, Laurence Meyers. Mark is currently Chairman of the Chicago Chapter of the Wharton Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. As an industry thought leader, Mark speaks nationally on the topics of technology investing and private credit, including speaking engagements with the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Northwestern University School of Law, Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, and numerous industry conferences.