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Star Mountain Capital adds former Global Head of Citi Holdings as a senior advisor

Star Mountain Capital, a private investment manager with over $3 billion in assets under management focused exclusively on investing in established, small and medium-sized businesses in the North American lower middle-market, has appointed T J Della Pietra as a senior advisor.

Star Mountain Capital (Star Mountain), a private investment manager with over $3 billion in assets under management focused exclusively on investing in established, small and medium-sized businesses in the North American lower middle-market, has appointed T J Della Pietra as a senior advisor.

Star Mountain senior advisors/operating partners are aligned with Star Mountain’s full-time team and investors by investing their personal capital and sharing in the firm’s carried interest.

Previously, Della Pietra held several senior operating roles at Citigroup , with responsibility for strategy, profit & loss, balance sheet, risk management, stakeholder relationships and people for complex businesses undergoing significant transformations. Most recently he was global head of Citi Holdings, where he led a significant reduction in the size and complexity of the business unit responsible for managing Citigroup’s non-core consumer and institutional businesses and assets in the US and overseas. Prior to this role, Della Pietra served as CEO for Citigroup in Japan, based in Tokyo, where he led the successful divestiture of Citi’s local consumer businesses and the multi-year restructuring of the local operating platform for Citi’s institutional business. Before that, Della Pietra served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Investment Officer for Citi in Japan.

Della Pietra holds a JD degree from the University of Virginia and a BS degree in Economics (summa cum laude) from Boston College. He is admitted to the bar in New York and Washington, DC.

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