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William L. Rulon-Miller joins Cross Atlantic

Cross Atlantic Capital Partners has appointed William L. Rulon-Miller as partner and managing director.

In his new role, Rulon-Miller will work closely with the Cross Atlantic team in its management of the firm’s portfolio companies, investment evaluations, fund raising initiatives, as well as working with and providing guidance to the firm’s portfolio companies’ entrepreneurs and management teams.

Rulon-Miller brings over 33 years of investment banking experience to Cross Atlantic. Most recently he served at Janney Montgomery Scott in Philadelphia as co-head of the investment banking department.

“In addition to his exceptional breadth and depth of experience, Bill is quite familiar with our firm,” says Cross Atlantic Capital partner founder, chairman and chief executive Donald Caldwell. “He has served on the investment committees of both Cross Atlantic co-investment funds since their inception, and has a long history of working with a number of our firm’s partners. His insight and expertise will prove invaluable as we continue to build value with our portfolio companies and raise new funds.”

From 1976 until 1979, Rulon-Miller was an officer in the investment banking department of Smith Barney, working in both the New York City and San Francisco offices. Over the years, he has served on the board of directors of numerous publicly-held and private corporations, including Intelligent Electronics, Mothers Work, Metrologic Instruments, and the JPM Company. He has also served on the board of directors and investment committees of several venture capital firms including Ten Penn Center Partners, the Penn Janney Fund, and Liberty Venture Partners.

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