Investment banker, head of Mergers and Acquisitions and private equity.
Chairman of the Investment Committee, Brock Opportunity Fund; Co-founder, Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation; Director, United Way. Former Vice Chairman, Merrill Lynch Investment Banking and Chairman/Co-CIO, Merrill Lynch Ventures.
l’École Polytechnique (Paris, France); Northwestern U. Kellogg School M.B.A
Alain Lebec is a member of Brock Capital LLC.
Previously, Mr. Lebec served as Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Merrill Lynch Ventures. He was also Vice Chairman of the Investment Banking Group at Merrill Lynch, Managing Director and Head of the Telecom, Media and Technology Investment Banking Department, Managing Director and Co-Head of the Mergers and Acquisitions Department, Vice-President of International Banking, and an Associate in the Corporate Finance Group in Chicago.
Mr. Lebec served in the French Army as a Second Lieutenant in the 46th Infantry Regiment based in Berlin, Germany. He is a Director and Co-Founder of READ (Reading Excellence And Discovery) Foundation, a literacy program for inner-city children in New York, Director of the United Way of Greenwich, and a Trustee of the Brunswick School.
Alain Lebec holds a Diplome d’Ingénieur from l’École Polytechnique in Paris and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.Short Biography
Phillip J. Harrington, Jr. Senior Managing Director
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Financial services and technology executive with operating, risk and regulatory experience. Chairman, ProLink Solutions, Inc.; Chairman, Willow Street Group; Cyber Risk Advisor, World Economic Forum; Trustee, United Lutheran Seminary; Former Executive Vice President, Risk, and Chief Administrative Officer at CA Technologies, Inc.; Director, Business Risk, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; Corporate Vice President, Prudential Financial, Inc.; Western Michigan University B.S.; Cornell University M.S.
Phil Harrington is a senior managing director at Brock Capital Group. Phil has more than 30 years of operating, risk, and regulatory experience in financial services and software. In addition to his role at Brock, Phil is President & CEO of the Willow Street Group and its wholly-owned affiliate, Willow Street Trust Company, based in Jackson Hole, WY. He is also Chairman of ProLink Solutions, a privately-held software company, and serves as a cyber risk advisor to the World Economic Forum.
From 2010 to 2013, Phil was executive vice president and chief administrative officer at CA Technologies, a $4.4 billion annual revenue software company. Prior to that, he was director, business risk at Deloitte & Touche and a member of the firm’s Governance, Regulatory, and Risk Strategies Leadership Council. Phil also held several senior positions at Prudential Financial over a 20-year period, including deputy corporate chief compliance officer, global risk officer, chief compliance officer – U.S. retail business, and interim head of the group insurance business.
Phil is a Governance Fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors. He earned an MS from Cornell University and a BS, summa cum laude, from Western Michigan University.Short Biography
Charles L. Brock Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Director, designated “financial expert” and audit chair of public companies; investment banker; corporate lawyer with operating experience.
Director, B+H Ocean Carriers.
Managed numerous businesses including the twelve subsidiaries of Compton Communications (now Saatchi & Saatchi); Former Publisher and President, Scholastic International, also CFO and COO. Carter, Ledyard & Milburn; Sullivan & Cromwell; Director, B+H Bulk Carriers (subsequently, Excel Maritime Carriers) and B+H Maritime Carriers; President, Harvard Alumni Association; President, Harvard Law School Association.
Northwestern University B.A.; Harvard Law School J.D.; Harvard Business School, AMP
Charles Brock is Chairman and CEO of Brock Capital Group LLC. He was a Partner at Carter, Ledyard & Milburn and an Associate at Sullivan & Cromwell. In the last thirty years, Mr. Brock has served as Director and Audit Chair of five public companies and managed a variety of businesses. He headed the twelve subsidiaries of Compton Communications (now Saatchi & Saatchi) and the five subsidiaries of Scholastic, Inc., where he was also Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer as well as General Counsel.
Mr. Brock is past President of the Harvard Alumni Association, Regent of Cathedral of St. John the Divine, a Trustee of the Appleseed Foundation and on the Board of Visitors and Executive Committee of Northwestern University’s College of Arts and Sciences. He is former Chairman of Guild Hall (museum and theatre) and former President of the Harvard Law School Association.
Mr. Brock received his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, his law degree from Harvard Law School and completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.Short Biography