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Joe Giannamore, Co-Managing ...
Joe Giannamore, Co-Managing Partner at AnaCap, commented:
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Joe GiannamoreBorn in the US he received bachelor degrees in Communications, Prelaw, Economics and Government Institutions.Following he spent 2 years at Citicorp in New York in the Leveraged Loan Syndications Department.
moved to London to do his
Masters degree at The London Business School
.Upon completing the Degree he spent 5 years at Goldman Sachs in the Global Asset Structuring Department and then 6 months at Salomon Brothers as Vice President in Charge of Distressed Debt Trading.In 1996 he set up On:line finance and became CEO.
The Company involved in the car finance market, was one of the fastest growing in the country during the late 90's, was the UK's first internet-based personal lending company, and the first investment grade start-up rated A by D&B.In 1999 the Company was bought by GMAC
(General Motors).Joe went on to be CEO of GMAC UK and managed the $5 billion balance sheet until August of 2003.
Mediterranean Bank was ...
Mediterranean Bank was acquired in July of this year by AnaCap Financial Partners, the European private equity firm specialising in the financial services sector that was set up in 2006 by Joe Giannamore, former head of GMAC UK.
Ruffler Bank goes to Anacap- LeasingWorld - News
JOE GIANNAMORE - ANACAP
Joe Giannamore (SEE PHOTO LEFT) set up Anacap Financial Partners after quitting as head of GMAC UK, the finance arm of General Motors, since when he has completed three acquisitions, the most notable to leasing industry eyes being Syscap.
Now, Ruffler Bank has been added to the list, becoming the first UK deposit-taking institution to be bought by private equity.
Joe Giannamore co-founded On:line Finance in 1996 and was CEO of the company from 1996 through to 2001.
In 1999, the company was sold to GMAC, and in 2001, he was asked to become CEO of GMAC UK, which he ran until August 2003.
Prior to co-founding On:line, Giannamore was a Vice President at Salomon Brothers responsible for principal investments in distressed securities excluding the US.
He began his career in Europe at Goldman Sachs, where he spent four years as a member of the Global Asset Structuring Department primarily focused on transactions involving illiquid loan or finance portfolios.
Giannamore began his finance career at Citicorp, working in the Leveraged Finance Syndications department in New York.
He holds a BA from the American University in Washington DC, and an MBA from the London Business School.