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Oak Hill Capital makes two senior appointments

Private equity firm Oak Hill Capital Partners has appointed Ennio Montinaro as Chief Administrative Officer, and Todd Cullen as a Senior Advisor and Operating Consultant.

The newly created roles will be based in New York and will further advance Oak Hill’s operational priorities and data-driven decision-making.
 
Tyler Wolfram, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer, says: “Oak Hill has long recognised the need to focus on strategic data, IT, and operations capabilities. In particular, we plan to use data analysis and artificial intelligence tools to enhance our due diligence and investment process and further support portfolio companies in identifying value creation opportunities. We are excited to welcome Todd and Ennio, who bring deep operational and technical experience to our ongoing efforts to maximise performance.”
 
As Chief Administrative Officer, Montinaro brings 25 years of experience in sell side roles at large investment banks to Oak Hill, most recently as a managing director at Nomura and Citi responsible for the distribution of emerging market products to large institutional investors. Prior to that, he held similar roles at Morgan Stanley and Barclays. Montinaro started his career as a trader in 1993 at Merrill Lynch. He earned an MBA from the University of Virginia Darden School and a BA from UNH.
 
As a Senior Advisor and Operating Consultant, Cullen will leverage his deep experience serving many of the world’s leading brands to develop Oak Hill’s data, analytics, and digital technology support offerings to portfolio companies. Prior to his new role at Oak Hill, Todd was Managing Director and led the Enterprise and Customer Analytics practice at KPMG. Previously, he was Chief Data Officer at Ogilvy, and Vice President of Global Data Services at Acxiom Corporation. Cullen earned a BA from Hendrix College and MBA and MPA degrees from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. 

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