Co-Founder and Partner
Greg leverages 30+ years of private equity investing experience and has dedicated the last 18 years to investing in, and providing strategic guidance to, enterprise software businesses.
As a Senior Partner and Shareholder at Apax Partners, Greg led the firm’s U.S. late stage software practice focusing on growth capital, minority recapitalization, and control buyout opportunities in enterprise software, technology-enabled business services, business process outsourcing and internet-based direct marketing. During his 16 years at Apax, Greg was principally involved with 24 investments ranging from start-ups to buyouts, was Chairman of the U.S. Buyout and Venture Capital Approval Committees, and served on both the U.S. Operating Committee and the International Approval Committee for Apax Worldwide. Prior to founding PeakEquity, Greg spent four years as a Partner with LLR Partners, where he led the enterprise software investing practice and was responsible for four software companies in its portfolio. Greg began his private equity career with Investments Orange Nassau in the U.S. and Southeast Asia.
Greg currently serves on the board of G5. He has previously been a director of Bluestone Software, CML Emergency Services, Heartland Automotive Services, Planview, Princeton Softech, Revitas, Quintiq, Acre, Web Clients, SparkPost and EnterpriseDB among many other high growth companies.
Greg has an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He has a BA in Economics, Magna Cum Laude, from Middlebury College, and a Certificate in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Greg is a Pennsylvania native and outside of work he enjoys fly fishing, fly tying, mountain biking, golfing and traveling. Greg is Chairman of the Jackson Hole One Fly Foundation which sponsors the Jackson Hole One Fly, the oldest fly fishing tournament of its type which focuses its fundraising efforts to support the Snake River, South Fork Snake and tributaries and the surrounding communities.