About Gary Pagar

Gary PagarGary Pagar oversees financing for clients with a broad range of capital needs including growth capital, restructuring, de-levering and project finance. As a Managing Director for the international investment bank, Cappello Group, Inc., Mr. Pagar works closely with the firm’s clients to formulate their strategic plans and raise capital.

Cappello Group and Gary Pagar offer assistance with mergers and acquisitions; corporate financing, including equity and debt transactions; fairness opinions; and advisory services. Because of the complex nature and rapidly changing environment of the markets, companies rely on experienced investment bankers such as Mr. Pagar to ensure that their financing efforts come to fruition and meet their business goals.

With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, Gary Pagar possesses substantial expertise in the areas of health care, renewable energy, media and entertainment and retail. Mr. Pagar began his career at Merrill Lynch before being recruited to join Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.

During his three years at Oppenheimer, Gary Pagar rose from Associate to Vice President. He later joined the Tribeca Group in New York as a Managing Director, where he focused on investments in industries such as retail, consumer goods and services, real estate, and aircraft leasing. During his tenure at the Tribeca Group, Gary Pagar ascended to the post of Chairman.

In addition, Gary Pagar became Chairman of Plymouth Lamston Stores Corporation, a portfolio company of the Tribeca Group which operated 256 retail stores in 28 states. In 1992, Gary Pagar became the Chairman of MedFirst Healthcare, a portfolio company of Goldman Sachs’ principal investments arm.

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