Waller Capital Hires Frank

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New York-based telecommunications investment banker Waller Capital has hired Christine Frank as a managing director, focusing on the information services and technology sectors.
Frank is a 20-year veteran of the investment banking and advisory industries, helping to close $26 billion in mergers and acquisitions transactions. She has raised more than $20 billion in capital for her clients through public and private equity offerings, fixed income offerings, and acquisition financing to support Private Equity-backed LBOs.
"The information services and technology sectors have experienced significant growth in M&A and private placement activity over the last few years as the demand for information and software tools to manage this data has grown exponentially," said Waller Capital president Garrett Baker in a statement. "Christine's deep experience and relationships in this expanding industry will be a strong complement to our leading media and telecom franchise and our growing digital media practice."
Frank joins Waller from Compass Advisers, and previously was with Bank of America where she was Sector Head for Cable, Satellite and Publishing. She has also held senior investment banking positions covering TMT companies and their private equity sponsors at Bear Stearns, CIT and BMO Capital Markets. She began her career at Chase Manhattan Bank and Fox Broadcasting Company.
"I am pleased to join the Waller Capital team at this exciting point in the Firm's evolution," Frank said in s statement. "As one of the only independent investment banking and advisory boutiques with core expertise across digital and traditional media, cable, communications and information services, Waller is well positioned to capitalize on the ongoing convergence of technology, media and traditional businesses throughout the global economy."

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