TEAM

 

 
 

MARK PATRICOF

Patricof has advised and invested in a wide range of leading traditional and digital media and entertainment companies and transactions. He previously served as a Managing Director and Co-Head of the TMT (Technology, Media, Telecom) practice at Houlihan Lokey, a publicly traded global investment bank to whom he sold his previous firm, MESA Global. While at Houlihan Lokey, notable transactions include advising on the highly publicized sale of Gawker Media to Univision at a bankruptcy auction for $135 million and the sale of the iconic concert venue Webster Hall to AEG Presents and Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment. 

Prior to Houlihan Lokey, Patricof co-founded MESA, a boutique investment bank focused on providing M&A advisory, private placement and structured finance services to high-growth companies across the media and entertainment landscape. MESA advised on over 80 transactions including some of the most notable deals in the sector: Colony Capital’s acquisition of Miramax, the sale of Songza to Google, the sale of Indiagames to Disney, structured finance transactions for Relativity and IMAX, and equity financings for Blue Man Group and FanDuel. Additionally, MESA advised multiple global corporations, including Discovery Channel, Time Inc., and Viacom. 

In 2012 he launched MESA Ventures, an early stage venture fund focused on e-commerce, advertising technology and digital content. The fund, which invested in Seed and Series A rounds alongside established and top-tier early stage VC firms, combined a unique data-driven ranking system with a co-investment strategy, thus creating the first “indexing” approach to seed stage investing.

Patricof was a co-founder of <kpe>, an incubator/digital studio that financed, designed, and built businesses for media and entertainment industry clients such as the BBC, CBS, Disney, Hearst and Viacom. He served as President and CEO of the company until it was sold to Omnicom.

Patricof began his career at Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

Patricof serves on the Board of Directors of Hornblower Cruises and NEP Broadcasting. He also serves as a Senior Advisor to Crestview Partners.

 
 

 
 

DANIEL MAGLIOCCO

Before joining Patricof Co, Daniel was a Vice President at Houlihan Lokey, focused on M&A and private placement advisory within the firm’s Technology.Media.Telecom practice. Prior to that, he was an associate at MESA Global, an investment bank and strategic advisory firm focused on digital and traditional media, marketing and entertainment companies.

Daniel received his MBA from Yale University - Yale School of Management and his BA from Northwestern University.

Daniel serves on the Board of Directors of Futures and Options.

 
 

NGUM SUH

Before joining Patricof Co, Ngum founded NLS Consultants, providing holistic strategic brand marketing and activation for athletes, artists, entrepreneurs and corporate clientele. Prior to that, she served as the Senior Director of Partnership Brand Activation at Roc Nation.

Ngum received two bachelor degrees from Mississippi State University.

 
 

MICHAEL MANN

Before joining Patricof Co, Michael was an advisor in J.P. Morgan’s private banking group in New York City. Prior to that, he was an associate in UBS’s wealth management group.

Michael received his BA from Stony Brook University.

 
 

 
 

MATT SIEGEL

Before joining Patricof Co, Matt was a Senior Director in the Strategic Partnerships group at Roc Nation. Prior to that, he was a Director of Athlete Marketing at Steiner Sports.

Matt received his BA from The University of Massachusetts – Amherst.

 
 

 
 

DENNIS UNREIN

Before joining Patricof Co, Dennis was an investment banking analyst in J.P. Morgan’s M&A group where he advised corporations and institutions on complex strategic needs. Prior to that, he was an analyst in J.P. Morgan’s private banking group.

Dennis received his BA from Georgetown University.

 
 

 
 

MERRILL GREULICH

Merrill has been the executive assistant to Mark Patricof since 2011, providing longstanding executive support at Patricof Co, Houlihan Lokey, MESA Ventures and MESA Global. Prior to that, she was the executive assistant to the CEO at Pearson Partners, a real estate investment firm.

Merrill received her BA from University of Richmond.