—Victor Sierra, CEO
Craig Simmons brings with him extensive expertise in debt and equity capital markets, fixed income sales and private capital raising. Craig has extensive and deep experience in dealing with Fortune 500 companies, major private equity firms and institutional investors. He began his career in 1984 at First Boston in corporate finance and later held positions at institutions such as Sumitomo Bank, Cantor Fitzgerald, Williams Capital and Drexel Hamilton. Mr. Simmons’ long career spans both banking and institutional sales.
Mr. Simmons commented on his arrival at Torino Capital. “I am delighted to join the Turin team. I look forward to leveraging my client relationships to make Turin a major player in the area of diversity and inclusion.
Mr. Simmons holds a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies from Amherst College. He spent two years studying abroad in Japan where he earned a black belt in karate and Craig began his career developing and maintaining clients for Japanese institutional investors.
Mr. Simmons will be responsible for the overall development of Turin’s and ESG’s minority-owned business initiatives, identifying and securing vital partnerships and new revenue streams as well as the development of new business ventures, including the negotiation and development of strategic marketing, investment, capital raising and commercial partnerships. .
“Craig is a great addition to our firm. His proven track record in growing diversified businesses in capital markets and his credibility in corporate treasury groups is a perfect fit with our existing Latam business, said Victor Sierra, Chairman and CEO of Torino Capital. It holds the 7, 63 and 79 series licenses.
About Torino Capital
Torino is a Certified Minority-Owned and 100% Owned Business. As a Latino-owned and operated financial services company, Torino Capital is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. Our workforce, including key leadership positions, is predominantly made up of qualified minorities and women.
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