FSC Founder Matthew Hansen

CorpGov Editor-in-Chief John Jannarone interviewed Matthew Hansen, the founder of Financial Services Capital, who discussed his views on the European financial system and opportunities in value differentials between Europe and the U.S. The video session runs approximately 20 minutes.

About FSC

FSC combines Enabling TechnologiesTM with proven credentials to create a uniquely responsive environment for radical asset transformation. Our partners have all worked at the forefront of financial services, and with an understanding of the values and the culture that drive the sector, we’re in the best place to reshape it. By leveraging our expertise, we find new solutions to old challenges – focusing on enhancing the customer experience to enhance the prospects for our portfolio. Blending this firm focus with our proven technologies puts us in a unique position to unlock value. We bring infrastructure and systems up to speed to improve efficiency, push productivity, grow revenue and – ultimately – build a platform for future value creation.

About Matthew Hansen

Matthew has been a private equity investor for over 20 years, and has focused on the financial services sector throughout his career. Before founding FSC in 2019, he was a Senior Partner and Head of UK & Europe at Atlas Merchant Capital, a financial services private equity firm. Prior to Atlas, Matthew was a Partner & Managing Director responsible for European Private Equity for Cerberus Capital Management. Throughout his time at Atlas and Cerberus, he sat on numerous boards, investment committees, and credit committees of both regulated and unregulated entities, in the US and across Europe. Matthew graduated from the University of Texas with a BBA in Finance, and holds a joint-MBA from Columbia University and London Business School. He started his career in investment banking at Bear Sterns in New York, before moving to LBO PE firm Madison Dearborn Partners in both Chicago and London.

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