Founder and Managing Partner
Simon founded Green Visor Capital in 2013 with the mission to invest in companies that are creating the future of financial services. Drawing from over 20 years of experience in finance, Simon built a team looking to back the best entrepreneurs in fintech. Simon received his MBA from Cornell University and BA from Kenyon College. He is also on Kenyon's Board of Trustees.
Chairman and General Partner
Joe and Simon shared a similar vision in building the future of finance. Prior to Green Visor, Joe was the Chairman and CEO of Visa, one of the world’s best brands, where he transformed Visa into one of the world's leading financial technology companies. In spite of the global financial crisis, he took Visa public in 2008, and led the company to more than double it's value during his tenure.
Lou was a Senior Managing Director of Cerberus Capital and Chairman of Cerberus Asia Pacific Advisors Ltd. At Cerberus, Lou built and led the Japan office, and directed all operations in Asia. Lou began his career at Goldman Sachs before taking senior roles at Angelo Gordon and the LeFrak Organization. Lou earned his J.D. from Harvard University and his M.A. and B.A. from Johns Hopkins University, where he is now Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Lou is also a board member of the Japan Society.
Mike was a founder and partner of Lusman Capital, a hedge fund managing $400 million. He has deep expertise of investing across all asset classes, many industries, and a huge number of geographies. Mike also spent three years at Citigroup in the Investment Banking Division where he helped raised billions of dollars in equity and debt for financial institutions. Michael received his BA in Economics from Harvard College.
Executive in Residence
Rich has over 37 years of experience as a finance industry executive and entrepreneur. Highlights of his many posts include member of the Management Committee and Vice Chairman at Bankers Trust, Chairman and CEO of Deutsche, Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, and President and CEO of The New York Wheel. He is a Clinical Professor of Finance at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of a Management, where he teaches and writes about alternative investment management. Rich received his BA and MBA from Cornell University.
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