In this episode of Sustainability Talks, we’re talking to Mark Zanoli, the Global Chairman of Technology Banking at Barclays Corporate & Investment Bank. Mark has over 25 years of experience within tech banking in Silicon Valley.
We talk to Mark about the banner year 2021 was for tech companies, how digital technologies are enabling and driving change across a wide range of industries at increasing speed, and the need for sustainability that has also been driving this rapid change.
Leading this conversation with Mark are our managing partner Rob Genieser and our partner Remy de Tonnac.
About Mark Zanoli
Mark Zanoli has over 25 years of technology investment banking experience. He started his investment banking career in 1993 at Hambrecht & Quist (H&Q), one of the original boutique banks focused on technology public offerings and M&A. After H&Q was acquired by JP Morgan (Chase) in 2000, Mark went on to lead the company’s technology banking practice. In 2010 Mark left JP Morgan to restart UBS’s technology banking effort.
Mark has led a number of notable M&A transactions, including; HP’s $14 billion acquisition of EDS, Photonics sale to Ouster, RideOS sale to goPuff, Netscreen’s $4 billion acquisition by Juniper and Silicon Spice’s $1.2 billion sale to Broadcom.
He has been a Financial Advisor in Public Debut (De-Spac) of Ouster, to Gores Guggenheim in the acquisition of Polestar, in the Public Debut (De-Spac) of Lilium and has led a number of important IPOs and Debt offerings for companies such as Airbnb, Apple, Cisco, Citrix, Pinterest, F5 Networks, Rivian, zScaler, Google and Service Now.
Mark joined Barclays Investment Bank in 2018 as Vice Chairman of Technology Banking and in 2021 was appointed as Global Chairman.
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