contributes a wealth of experience in private equity to Broadstream
Jim was most recently Vice President of Corporate Development at MP3.com, and he joined Broadstream in April 2001 upon the sale of MP3.com to Vivendi Universal.
negotiated and structured the company's key strategic relationships.
Previously, Jim was a Principal at Knowledge Universe, a private investment firm backed by the Milken family and Larry Ellison focused on providing private equity capital to education and training companies.
led transactions ranging from $7 million venture investments to $100 million buyouts.
Prior to Knowledge Universe, Jim was an associate at Bain Capital, a private equity fund that manages over $3 billion of capital.
closed successful transactions in the technology, communications, and sporting goods industries.
Jim began his career as an analyst at McKinsey & Company, where he participated as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies in the transportation, healthcare, and telecommunications industries.
graduated Magna Cum Laude from Duke University
was admitted to Phi Beta Kappa. (His mother insisted that the last part be included).
four years at Duke
did not miss a single home basketball game.
is an avid, but mediocre golfer and a huge Yankee fan.