Gregory Feller has agreed to join UBS as a New York-based managing director of technology investment banking. He previously was with Lehman Brothers.
UBS Investment Bank today announced that Gregory Feller will join its Investment Banking Department (IBD) as a Managing Director in its Technology Banking group. He will be based in New York and report to Brian Webber, Global Head of Technology Banking.
Feller joins from Lehman Brothers, where he served as a Managing Director and senior coverage banker within its technology banking group. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers, Feller was a Vice President in the technology banking practice of Goldman Sachs & Co. He began his banking career as an investment banking associate at Lehman Brothers.
“Despite the current market turmoil, technology deal volume continues to outpace that of other sectors. We have a strong and growing pipeline of deals and expect a rise in deal activity in 2009,” said Webber. “We continue to add senior talent such as Greg to complement our team’s strengths. Greg’s significant experience in the technology sector and ability to manage complex, cross-border transactions will greatly benefit our clients as they look to us for superior advice and execution.”
In his new role, Feller will have coverage responsibility for a wide range of East Coast and global technology clients. Feller received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario and his Master’s of Management from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
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