New York-based cable and telecommunications investment banker Waller Capital said Monday that it has hired Wall Street veteran Bill Bradley to head up its data center, managed hosting and cloud computing efforts.
Before joining Waller, Bradley was head of Credit Suisse's telecommunications mergers & acquisitions in the U.S., focusing on data center and hosting operators, fixed line companies for enterprises and consumers and wireless operators. He has 15 years of experience on Wall Street and has advised clients on about $150 billion of strategic transactions, including the $2 billion sale of Terremark Worldwide to Verizon in 2011.
Prior to Credit Suisse, Bradley spent nine years with Citigroup Global Markets, where he provided strategic advisory services and transaction execution primarily for telecommunications service providers, media and satellite companies. He was previously with Soros Capital where he made principal investments across a variety of industries.
"Bill is a world-class M&A banker who has been among the most active advisors to telecom companies over the past few years," said Waller president Garrett Baker in a statement. "His deep experience with data center companies and extensive senior relationships within the world's largest telecom operators make him a perfect addition to our team as we continue expanding our coverage of the highest-growth areas of TMT."
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