Murray Devine Names Emrich To Key Business Development Role

Dec 6 2017 | 6:42pm ET

Valuation specialists Murray Devine has named former Anagenesis Capital Partners executive Mark Emrich as a managing director in the firm’s New York office.

In his new role, Emrich will lead Murray Devine’s New York business development activities with an emphasis on alternative investment firms and financial service intermediaries including investment banks, law firms, accounting and audit firms, and insurance companies.

Emrich has over 20 years of experience in senior investment sales and business development across multiple asset classes and investment strategies in both the public and private markets, according to a statement. Before joining Murray Devine, Emrich was managing director at Anagenesis Capital Partners, a New York based healthcare and consumer private credit investment firm where he focused on business development as well as developing strategic relationships with institutional investors. Beforehand, he was director of business development for Pembroke Hobson and held prior positions with Scotiabank, CIBC and Brown Brothers Harriman. 

Formed in 1989 and based in Philadelphia, Murray Devine Valuation Advisors is a national valuation firm providing financial opinions, financial and portfolio valuations and related valuation advisory services for private equity firms, business development companies, private debt investors, hedge funds, commercial banks and corporations throughout the country.


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