Investment banking, Onex private equity, Harvard MBA and the non-linear reality with Greg Duggan (Part 1 of 2)
Today's interview is with a good friend of mine, Greg Duggan. Greg is currently the Vice President at Alignvest Management Corporation, and Investment management firm and he is in the private capital, aka private equity team there. Greg has what I consider to be the "poster-child" resume for someone in private equity where he started his journey in investment banking in Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse, then went to do private equity at the Canadian giant Onex Corporation and then went onto get his MBA from Harvard Business School before joining Alignvest. I've known Greg throughout his journey and as we get deeper into his story we showcase how it was anything but linear. This is part 1 of a 2 part series where we were having so much fun we decided to chat for a full 3 hours. In part 1 we dig into his earlier career journey and the various decisions and obstacles he faced in each transition that creates the current illusion of the linear career path in private equity. Here is my conversation with Greg Duggan.
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