Based in San Francisco, Alpine Investors' objective is to invest in or acquire U.S. based companies with EBITDA greater than $5 million. The firm's capital, $281 million of assets under management, may be used to provide full or partial liquidity to entrepreneurs, family members, estates, passive investors or corporate owners. Alpine will also consider minority investments for growth.
Alpine Investors' roots trace to some of the world's greatest institutions. Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Stephens, Inc., Farallon Capital Management, LLC, Oak Hill Capital, Robertson Stephens, Deutsche Bank, American Securities Capital Partners, Gillette, the Mitchell Madison Group and Toyota have all had a part in shaping the experiences, abilities, and views of the individual members of the Alpine team. Graham Weaver launched Alpine in 2001, after nine years of experience in private equity, most recently with Oak Hill Capital (the private equity investment arm of the Bass Brothers).
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|2019||Student / Prospective Monkey||San Francisco||Investment Research||Neutral||Average|
|2019||Student / Prospective Monkey||San Francisco||Generalist||Neutral||Average|
|2019||Intern||San Francisco||Private Equity||Neutral||Difficult|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Business Development||Positive||Average|