Greene Holcomb & Fisher Promotes Three

The Minneapolis-based investment bank Green Holcomb & Fisher has promoted three employees: Matt Greeson, Amir Berenjian, and Mark Horvick. Greeson, now a principal, joined the bank in 2004 and worked at US Bancorp prior. Berenjian, newly promoted to vice president, joined the bank in 2010 from Chartwell Capital Solutions. Horvick, also promoted to vice president, joined the bank last year from Kirkland & Ellis.


Greene Holcomb & Fisher is pleased to announce the promotions of three key professionals: Matt Greeson (Principal), Amir Berenjian (Vice President) and Mark Horvick (Vice President).

“We are excited to be able to recognize the contributions that Matt, Amir and Mark have made to our firm over the recent years” said Kyle Crowe, Managing Director.  “All three professionals have been strong contributors as we continue to grow our middle market investment banking platform.  Matt has been with us for nearly eight years, Amir two and Mark joined us from Kirkland & Ellis last year.  Matt continues to play a key role in our Arizona office as we continue to strengthen our presence in the Southwest, and Amir and Mark have proven themselves as strong bankers in our Minneapolis office.”

Biographies of Matt, Amir and Mark are below.  Please join us in congratulating these team members.

Matt Greeson promoted to Principal.  Matt has over 10 years of experience in a number of professional fields, including corporate finance and investment banking.  Matt joined GH&F in 2004 and has been involved in a broad range of investment banking transactions, including buy- and sell-side merger and acquisition transactions, capital raises, fairness opinions, financial advisory assignments and restructuring engagements.  Prior to joining GH&F, Matt spent five years within the Corporate Finance and Legal organizations at US Bancorp where he was responsible for managing US Bancorp’s relationships with more than 500 law firms worldwide.  Matt is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire (BBA) and the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management (MBA).

Amir Berenjian promoted to Vice President.  Amir joined GH&F in 2010 as an associate.  Prior to joining GH&F, Amir was a senior analyst at Chartwell Capital Solutions where he spent the majority of his time executing valuation engagements for ESOPs, equity compensation plans (IRS and SEC compliance), buy-side and sell-side fairness opinions and buy-sell agreements.  In addition, Amir was involved in a variety of other investment banking activities, including buy-side and sell-side mergers and acquisitions and restructuring engagements.  Amir has been involved in over 100 engagements across a broad range of industries with companies ranging in size from $10 million to over $1 billion.  Amir is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management (BSB).

Mark Horvick promoted to Vice President.  Mark joined GH&F in 2011 as an associate.  Prior to joining GH&F, Mark was a senior associate at the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis where he spent the majority of his time executing M&A transactions for private equity clients.  Mark has been involved in over 50 M&A transactions ranging from a few million dollars to several billion.  He has substantial experience structuring and negotiating buy-side and sell-side M&A transactions as well as experience with carve-outs, spin-offs, refinancings, PIPEs, work-outs, restructurings and 368 sales.  Mark is a graduate of Augsburg College (BA) and Indiana University – Bloomington (JD/MBA).

About Greene Holcomb & Fisher LLC

Greene Holcomb & Fisher, with offices in Minneapolis, Phoenix and Seattle, is an investment banking firm that specializes in mergers and acquisitions, private placements and financial advisory services for the middle market. At GH&F, we blend our experience from nationally prominent investment banks, New York Stock Exchange-listed companies and leading law firms with senior-level attention and entrepreneurial ingenuity to deliver creative services to high quality companies.