Joyal Capital Management, LLC, an asset management firm that specializes in mergers and acquisitions, financing, private equity and family office services, today announced that Matthew Stadtmauer has joined the firm as a Managing Director.
With more than 20 years experience on Wall Street and executive leadership of alternative investment firms, Stadtmauer brings a strong background in managing alternative investments to JCM where he is charged with leading the formation of the Trust Services & Fund Management Company.
“The timing couldn’t be better to bring a seasoned professional into JCM,” said Gary F. Joyal, Managing Partner and CEO. “Since starting the firm almost 30 years ago, we are currently experiencing a significant increase in the second and even third generation planning needs for our clients. This notable increase, along with my mission to always provide the best in class resources for our clients and their families, is the catalyst behind my decision to create the Trust Services & Fund Management Company. Matt’s thought leadership will be an integral part of continuing this mission moving forward.”
Prior to joining JCM, Stadtmauer was the President of Pine Grove Asset Management, an employee-owned fund with nearly $1 billion in assets under management. In addition, Stadtmauer served in senior roles at the Man Group, which acquired Pine Grove, and was the CEO of UBP Asset Management (UBPAM). Prior to joining UBPAM in 2002, Stadtmauer was a Vice President at Salomon Smith Barney's Managed Futures Division. Stadtmauer earned a BS degree in Consumer Economics from the University of Delaware. He also currently holds professional licenses for Series 3, 7, 24 and 63.
"My many years of experience working with multiple family offices, alternative investments and family offices, has afforded me the ability to clearly see how different JCM works with wealthy families. They have figured out very early on that the relationship with these families is as important as the deliverable which has proven to be a key attribute for their success,” said Stadtmauer.