Seabury Corporate Finance has expanded its investment and merchant banking team to provide a broader spectrum of offerings and services for the aviation, aerospace, and defense, and maritime markets.
Recently joining the company are Oliver Althoff, managing director of capital markets and debt financing; Chris Cantwell, managing director of engine leasing and parts and supply chain finance; and George Weinmann, executive director.
Also shoring up the management team is Stephan Krastev, managing director of investment banking and merchant banking North America and Asia; Antares Reis, managing director of investment banking and merchant banking Europe and South America; Nicolas Dellachiesa, director; Edward Zimny, president and CEO of Seabury Maritime; Patrick Bird, managing director of advisory; Henry Juan, managing director of investment and merchant banking; Fernando Leher, executive director; Jonathan Montbach, executive director of investment and merchant banking; and, Nikos Petrakakos, v-p of maritime environmental innovations.
The growth has “enhanced our company’s core businesses and positioned it for further growth,” said Seabury Capital Group chairman and CEO John Luth.
“Our value add to our clients is Seabury Capital’s global presence, core competency, and industry expertise. Our goal is to become our clients’ most trusted advisor,” noted Seabury Capital senior managing director of corporate finance and investment banking and Seabury Corporate Finance president and CEO Patrick Henry Dowling. “We never treat our client engagements as just a ‘cradle to grave’ deal, but rather a ’cradle to resurrection’ relationship.”