Facetime with Steve Pagliuca, Bain Capital
Steve Pagliuca is co-chairman of Bain Capital, a leading global investment firm based in Boston with approximately $105 billion in assets under management. He also serves as the global head of Bain Capital Private Equity’s technology, media, and telecommunications vertical and financial services vertical.
Since joining the firm in 1989, Mr. Pagliuca has played a leading role in a wide spectrum of prominent technology, media, telecommunications, financial services and healthcare businesses in which Bain Capital Private Equity has made investments.
Mr. Pagliuca received the Ron Burton Humanitarian Award in 2019. In 2018 he received the Harvard Business School Association of Boston's 2018 Business and Community Leader of the Year Award in recognition of his contributions to leadership and dedication and commitment to numerous nonprofits in Boston and beyond. He received the American Dream Award from Habitat for Humanity in 2010 for his outstanding contributions to enhancing the Greater Boston Community and in 2005 he received the Bright Star Award for recognition of his community charitable activities
Mr. Pagliuca is a managing general partner and co-owner of the World Champion Boston Celtics. As a managing partner and chairman of the Basketball Committee, he has focused on the development and improvement of the basketball operations. Mr. Pagliuca is also president of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation. The Shamrock Fund helps children gain access to housing, healthcare and other services in partnership with local charities. He is also a Trustee of Bain Capital Children's Charity.
Mr. Pagliuca is a member of the HBS Board of Dean’s Advisors, the Harvard University Board of Overseers’ Committee on University Resources (COUR), and the HBS Healthcare Initiative Advisory Board. He also serves on the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) President’s Council and is a member of the Eisenhower Fellowships and Duke University Board of Trustees.
Mr. Pagliuca has been active in the area of public policy and is a former candidate for the U.S. Senate. He is a frequent contributor on television, radio and print media to provide commentary focusing on global economic issues.
Mr. Pagliuca received a B.A. from Duke University in 1977 and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School in 1982.
Craig is a partner at the law firm of Haynes and Boone, LLP and has worked there his entire career. In 2009, Craig moved from Dallas to New York to help build the firm’s New York office and to lead the firm’s Margin Lending and Structured Equity Practice Group. Craig was then appointed to be the Chair of the firm’s Finance Section. After serving in that role, Craig was named the managing partner of the firm’s New York office.
As a finance attorney, Craig has experience in a broad range of banking matters and financial transactions. With extensive knowledge on the U.S. margin regulations, Craig provides regulatory advice on margin lending matters to financial institutions, corporations, investment companies, private equity firms, and hedge funds. Craig has worked on a multitude of single stock and portfolio loan transactions making him a market leader in handling onshore and offshore structured equity facilities. Craig regularly leads national presentations and publishes articles on the margin regulations, distressed loans, and bankruptcy matters.
Craig was honored by the New York Law Journal by being named a “New York Trailblazer” in 2019. Craig was also selected for inclusion in the rankings by Chambers for his work in the financial regulatory space, and he has been named a “super lawyer” by Thomas Reuters each year since 2011.
Craig has served in multiple leadership roles in different Jewish organizations for over 20 years, including the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the Jewish Federation, COJECO, JCRC-NY, and AIPAC. Craig is currently a member of the AJC’s National Board of Governors, and in that role, he has served on the Interreligious Affairs Committee, the Nominating Committee, the Leadership Development Committee, and the Legal Affairs Committee. Craig is also the immediate past president of AJC’s NY Region. Craig is currently the vice president of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York.
Craig also spends significant amount of time assisting Marine and Navy veterans and their families by serving on the congressionally mandated Community Assistance Panel for victims of the contamination at the Camp Lejeune Marine Base.
Craig is also an alumnus of multiple fellowship and leadership programs, including the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Exchange Program in Germany, the Austrian Leadership Program through the Austrian Foreign Ministry, Comay Fellowship Program through AJC, and the Keystone Fellowship Program through New York University and COJECO.
Craig and his wife, Robin, have two daughters and reside in Manhattan.
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This event is part of YJP's "Facetime with Finance Leaders" series.
Please join YJP for a discussion with Stephen Pagliuca, co-chairman of Bain Capital, a leading global investment firm with approximately $105 billion in assets under management. He also serves as the global head of Bain Capital Private Equity’s technology, media, and telecommunications vertical and financial services vertical. Aside from his role at Bain Capital, Steve is a managing general partner and co-owner of the World Champion Boston Celtics.
Steve will be sharing his insight and answering your questions on Investing and the Global Economy.
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