Seems like NRF is attacting industry talent ... don't having Mr. Junquera on the board. I'm sure he's well connected in the industry and should be able to help attract new investment opportunities for NRF.
Mr. Junquera, age 57, is the founder of PanMar Capital llc, a private equity firm specializing in the financial services industry, and has been their Managing Partner since its formation in January 2008. Mr. Junquera worked on matters related to the formation of PanMar Capital llc from July 2007 until December 2008. From 1980 until June 2007, Mr. Junquera was at PaineWebber, which was sold to UBS in 2000. He began at PaineWebber in the Investment Banking Division and was appointed Managing Director in 1988, Group Head - Financial Institutions in 1990, and a member of the Investment Banking Executive Committee in 1995. Following the sale of PaineWebber to UBS in 2000, Mr. Junquera was appointed Global Head of Asset Management Investment Banking at UBS, and was responsible for establishing and building the bank’s franchise with mutual fund, institutional, high net worth and alternative asset management firms, as well as banks, insurance and financial services companies active in asset management. Mr. Junquera is on the Board of Trustees of the Long Island Chapter of the Nature Conservancy and is a supporter of various other charitable organizations. He received a B.S. from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Lots of changes going on w.r.t. to NRF leadership. I wonder what was behind the recent "promotions" to establish co-presidents. is there more loss of talent that Hammy is trying to quench??? Comments anyone!!! ????