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Lateral Investment Management recruits KKR’s Lubiano as CFO

San Mateo, California-based Lateral Investment Management LLC, a private credit and growth equity firm, has appointed Anthony Lubiano as chief financial officer as well as chief compliance officer. Previously, he worked at KKR where he served as vice president of finance and fund controller.


SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Lateral Investment Management, LLC (the “Company” or “Lateral”), the San Francisco Bay area-based private credit and growth equity firm, today announced the appointment of Anthony Lubiano as chief financial officer.

“We are delighted to have Tony Lubiano join our executive team at Lateral,” said Richard de Silva, managing partner at Lateral. “Tony brings invaluable fund management and leadership experience, having served as a top finance executive at major venture capital and private equity firms.”

Anthony Lubiano
Lubiano will also serve as Lateral’s Chief Compliance Officer. Lubiano was previously Vice President of Finance and Fund Controller at Kohlberg Kravis and Roberts (KKR) from 2011 to 2017 where he oversaw fund financial reporting for the firms direct lending and mezzanine private and illiquid credit strategies, which account for $6 billion in AUM. Prior to joining KKR, he was Fund Controller for 9 years at the venture capital firm, Vantage Point Capital Partners (VPCP) and was responsible for financial reporting on funds with AUM of $4.5 billion.

“I am excited to work with Lateral to build and scale the firm,” said Lubiano. “I look forward to working with Lateral’s talented investment team to serve our investors and support our portfolio companies.”

Based in San Mateo, California, Lateral Investment Management is a non-sponsored private credit and growth equity firm that provides growth capital for leading independent middle market companies in the United States. Lateral partners with owner-operated businesses to navigate through a well-defined growth event. The firm delivers a less dilutive source of capital than a private equity firm and is more growth-oriented and value-added than typical lenders.

The firm’s principals have invested more than $1 billion in middle market companies over the past decade, including Calix, Carepoint, Circuit City, Cotton, Dacor Appliances, Digg, Domino’s, Facebook, FastClick, Fosemprenavir, FTE Networks, Green Valley Hospital, Imperial, Inca Refining, Integrian, Leaf, Metacafe, MMFX, Monosol, NewLife Forest Products, NameMedia, Neos Therapeutics, Nexidia, Northstar, Parkview, Selling Source, SetMedia, Solar Power Partners, Spectrum, TCD Royalty, US Search, XOJet, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Quigo and Quizno’s.

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