Tri-Artisan Names CFO

David Boemo has joined Tri-Artisan Capital Partners as a managing director and chief financial officer. He previously was with ABN AMRO as a managing director and North American CFO.




Tri-Artisan Capital Partners, LLC, a privately held merchant bank engaged in principal investment and corporate finance advisory activities, today announced the appointment of David J. Boemo as Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer. In this newly created position, Boemo will support the firm’s ongoing growth by directing and overseeing all financial, accounting, regulatory, compliance, shareholder relations and human resource functions across Tri-Artisan’s global offices. 


Boemo joins Tri-Artisan from ABN AMRO where he served as Managing Director, North American CFO, and a member of the bank’s Regional Management Committee. In this position, he was responsible for all ABN AMRO North American businesses, which included origination, sales and trading of fixed income, foreign exchange, treasury, equity and loan products. He also played a key role in transition related activities resulting from the sale of ABN AMRO’s LaSalle Bank business to Bank of America, and the sale of most of the of the remaining North America business to Royal Bank of Scotland. He joined ABN AMRO through the bank’s acquisition of ING Barings’ New York based operations where he held the position of Controller in the Investment Banking Division.


“Tri-Artisan has succeeded in building our business from the ground up and adding a leadership team that speaks to the operational expertise we employ in our day to day activities,” said Gerald Cromack and Rohit Manocha, Co-Founders and Managing Directors at Tri-Artisan. “As we execute on our growth strategy and expand our engagements across the firm, now is the ideal time to add David as CFO to the Tri-Artisan team to run the finance and related support functions of our operations. His broad base of knowledge and expertise in finance and the investment banking industry serves as a tremendous asset to Tri-Artisan, and we are excited to have him on board.”  


“Joining Tri-Artisan is an ideal fit for my background and experience in directing and overseeing the finance roles at several successful financial services firms,” said Boemo. “The opportunity to solidify the financial infrastructure needed to support Tri-Artisan’s growth is an exciting role for me, giving me a chance to work among some of the best operators and executives in the business. I’m looking forward to working with Jerry and Rohit and the team.”


Before ABN AMRO and ING-Barings, Boemo held the position of Vice President and Controller in the Corporate Trust Division for Bankers Trust Company, and was a Manager in the Financial Services Audit Practice at Ernst & Young.  Boemo received a B.S. in Business Administration from Montclair State University and an MBA from Columbia Business School. He is a CPA, and a member of AICPA.  Boemo, 44, resides in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey


Tri-Artisan was founded in 2002 by Gerald Cromack and Rohit Manocha, Managing Directors of the New York-based firm.


About Tri-Artisan


Tri-Artisan Capital Partners, LLC is a privately held merchant bank engaged in principal investment and corporate finance advisory activities with offices in New York and London.  Tri-Artisan differentiates itself by complementing the expertise of its senior merchant banking professionals with the skill set of over 60 highly successful, current and former senior operating executives of leading companies, each of whom is an investor in the Firm.  These executives represent a cross section of major industry sectors including consumer/retailing, media and communications, industrial, healthcare, technology and financial and business services.  Tri-Artisan also counts among its investors some of the leading U.S. and international private equity firms and financial institutions worldwide. Tri-Artisan Partners LLC is a NASD member and Tri-Artisan Partners Advisors Europe LLP is authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Services Authority.