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Since joining Maximum Value Partners (MVP) in 2003, Adam Sonnhalter has played an integral part in growing MVP with his business partner Jack Mencini. Adam was well prepared to take on this role with his experience of growing up with a small family business and as an investment banker for eight years. He has the background of Wall Street and the laser focused aptitude to know what will work for the individual entrepreneur.
During his time on Wall Street, Adam was involved in numerous merger and acquisition transactions with values totaling in excess of $22 billion in a variety of industries. The last role for Adam was as vice president at BNY Capital Markets (a subsidiary of The Bank of New York), where he set up the company’s first satellite office while splitting his time each week between New York City and Cleveland. Prior to BNY, he worked for Patricof & Co. (which was purchased by BNY in 1998) and Bear Stearns.
Adam moved back from New York City in 2003 and now lives in North Ridgeville, Ohio with his wife Shannon, and two children Jackson and Lexie. He graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan with a BBA Degree in Finance. Philanthropically, Adam is involved with Rotary International, St. Peter School in North Ridgeville, Junior Achievement and Leadership Lorain County.
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