Saul GoodmanSenior Managing Director at Evercore
Saul Goodman is a Senior Managing Director of Evercore’s Corporate Advisory Business and Head of its Alternative Asset Management Practice. He joined Evercore in 1998.
In the alternative asset management industry, Mr. Goodman was involved in the following transactions among many other private situations: Florida State Board of Administration investment in Lexington Partners, Florida State Board of Administration and Kuwait Investment Authority investment in Providence Equity Partners, Dyal Capital Partners investments in Vista Equity Partners, Silver Lake Partners, H.I.G. Capital, Starwood Capital, Bridgepoint Group, Platinum Equity, American Securities, I Squared Capital, HGGC and HPS. Blackstone’s investments in Leonard Green Partners, Kohlberg & Company, Rockpoint Group, Francisco Partners, BC Partners, Marlin Equity Partners and New Mountain Capital. Goldman Sachs/Petershill’s investments in Francisco Partners, General Catalyst, Kayne Anderson Real Estate Group and Harvest Partners. WAFRA’s investments in TSG Consumer Partners and Oak Hill Advisors. RDV’s investments in AEA, Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, Cortec and Nordic Capital. CalPERS investment in Silver Lake Partners. The carve-out of Morgan Stanley Real Estate Special Situations Fund III, sale of Credit Suisse Customized Fund Investment Group to Grosvenor Capital, the sale of Fortress Investment Group to SoftBank and the C-Corp conversions for KKR and Carlyle.
Prior to joining Evercore, Mr. Goodman was a Vice President in the Investment Banking Division of Lehman Brothers, where he focused on media and telecommunications clients. Mr. Goodman started his career at Ark Asset Management, where he worked as an Assistant Portfolio Manager.
Mr. Goodman graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida with a B.S. in finance and received his M.B.A., with honors, from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business.