LLR promotes Goldenberg, Pantilione and Sigal to partner

Goldenberg joined LLR in 2016, Pantilione came on board more than 15 years ago and Sigal joined in 2011.

  • Prior to joining LLR, Goldenberg was a vice president at Houlihan Lokey in the private growth equity capital practice
  • Pantilione came on as part of LLR’s first undergraduate summer internship program
  • Before LLR, Sigal worked in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch

LLR Partners has promoted Ryan Goldenberg, Michael Pantilione and Zack Sigal to partner.

“Ryan, Mike and Zack have been leaders at LLR since long before this exciting milestone,” said Scott Perricelli, a partner at LLR Partners, in a statement. “In addition to their exceptional work on investments and with their portfolio companies, all three individuals are standout representatives of LLR’s core values. They have been instrumental in elevating our culture of curiosity, mentoring teams with a growth mindset, and demonstrating our commitments to service and inclusion through example.”

Goldenberg joined LLR in 2016. His current and former boards include Archer, Celero Commerce, DaySmart, Midigator, ParkHub and PCS Retirement, and he previously worked with eOriginal. Prior to joining LLR, Goldenberg was a vice president at Houlihan Lokey in the private growth equity capital practice. Previously, he served as an associate at Updata Partners and Kamylon Capital. Goldenberg began his career at Houlihan Lokey, assisting in the execution of M&A, strategic advisory and valuation engagements.

Since joining LLR more than 15 years ago as part of LLR’s first undergraduate summer internship program, Pantilione has partnered with enterprise software and IT services businesses. His current and prior boards include Dizzion, eLocal, Magaya, Relay Network and SparkPost. During his time at LLR, Michael has also worked closely with CollabNet, CoreDial, Fleet One, Logi Analytics, Quintiq, Revitas and Tribridge.

Sigal has been a part of LLR’s healthcare and education investment teams since 2011. His current and former board roles include Edlio, IO Education, Kemberton, LEARN Behavioral, MedBridge, Physicians Immediate Care, RealTime, Suvoda and TrueLearn. Prior to joining LLR, Sigal worked in investment banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
LLR Partners invests in technology and healthcare businesses. It was founded in 1999 and with more than $5 billion raised across six funds.