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Mr. Craig Reigel C.

Managing Director

N.F.F. Capital Partners

N.F.F. Capital Partners

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Financial Officer

Nonprofit Finance Fund

Education

B.A.
Economics
Kenan-Flagler Business School

MBA

Kenan-Flagler Business School

bachelor's degree
economics
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

master's degree
business administration
UNC Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler Business School

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"If you invest in Starbucks, ...

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"If you invest in Starbucks, what you care about is Starbucks being healthy over time and lots of people buying the coffee and, in fact, you want the coffee to be high priced," explains Craig Reigel, current managing director of N.F.F. Capital Partners "But if you buy from Starbucks, you care about getting the best cup of coffee for the lowest price.

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After 2006, Overholser and his partner Reigel developed a standard approach to help others.
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"We showed them how to set up a process to track and report how things are going, an accounting system to keep the equity and revenues separate, and tools so that everybody - donors, management, the board - can be on the same page and see how it all works," explained Reigel.
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"Nonprofits aren't just useful, they're valuable," notes Craig Reigel.


New York Times Features Third Sector CEO & Co-Founder « Third Sector Capital Partners Third Sector Capital Partners

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"If you invest in Starbucks, what you care about is Starbucks being healthy over time and lots of people buying the coffee and, in fact, you want the coffee to be high priced," explains Craig Reigel, current managing director of N.F.F. Capital Partners "But if you buy from Starbucks, you care about getting the best cup of coffee for the lowest price.

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After 2006, Overholser and his partner Reigel developed a standard approach to help others.
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"We showed them how to set up a process to track and report how things are going, an accounting system to keep the equity and revenues separate, and tools so that everybody - donors, management, the board - can be on the same page and see how it all works," explained Reigel.
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"Nonprofits aren't just useful, they're valuable," notes Craig Reigel.


Craig Reigel - Managing ...

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Craig Reigel - Managing Director Capital Partners More Info

Craig Reigel is Managing Director, NFF Capital Partners. He joined NFF after serving as a project based consultant to the nascent Capital Partners business for over a year. The core of his work is attracting essential patient capital to high potential nonprofits, improving the allocation of capital within the sector. Mr. Reigel comes to NFF with a long history of solving the dilemmas of growth in diverse environments. He has been a consultant to for-profit industry leaders, both with Bain & Company and independently, advising on a variety of strategic, operational, and organizational issues. In seven years as a principal in Datagraph Systems, Inc. he has taken a small business delivering performance management tools literally from the basement to international success.


Craig Reigel, Managing ...

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Craig Reigel, Managing Partner at NFF Capital Partners & our client, answers five questions for PhilanTopic on a recently released report on how philanthropic equity investments can dramatically improve social outcomes and help nonprofits achieve sustainability.


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Craig Reigel: Managing Director

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Craig Reigel: Managing Director, NFF Capital Partners Craig is Managing Director, NFF Capital Partners. He joined NFF after serving as a project based consultant to the nascent Capital Partners business for over a year. The core of his work is attracting essential patient capital to high potential nonprofits, improving the allocation of capital within the sector. Craig comes to NFF with a long history of solving the dilemmas of growth in diverse environments. He has been a consultant to for-profit industry leaders, both with Bain & Company and independently, advising on a variety of strategic, operational, and organizational issues. In seven years as a principal in Datagraph Systems, Inc. he has taken a small business delivering performance management tools literally from the basement to international success. In his spare time, Craig is a partner in a small wine business in San Francisco. Twice an alumnus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he has earned both a B.A. in Economics and an MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School.

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