Brian graham

Partner

Brian Graham most recently served as CEO of BancAlliance, a network of more than 250 community banks that provides lending, fintech partnerships, vendor management and other services to its members. From 2008 to 2011, Brian led investments in bank and non-bank financial services companies as a partner in Blue Ridge Capital Management, LLC, a global asset management firm. From 2005 to 2008, Brian served at CapitalSource, where he led the transformation of the non-bank finance company into a bank in coordination with banking regulators. Previously, Brian held various leadership positions at Fannie Mae and was a technology investment banker at Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated. Brian has also served in government, both as the senior financial services aide to then Congressman Charles E. Schumer during the thrift crisis and as a staff member on the "Brady Commission" which investigated the causes of the 1987 stock market crash. Brian received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College and his MBA from Stanford University.