among others. During his career with
the Bank of Boston, he served as a
senior credit officer for a multi-billion
dollar loan portfolio including special
assets and as a lending executive for
several specialized high risk divisions.
In the business sector he led a successful turnaround of a privately held
company, which went on to become an
industry leader. In economic development he served as chair and investment committee member of Rhode
Island’s seed stage venture fund and
deputy director of a quasi-public
Saul serves on the Board of Advisors
for the Tech Sandbox, is a member of
the Turnaround Management Associa-
tion (TMA), XPX Boston Association for
Corporate Growth (ACG) Boston and
the Commercial Finance Association
aging director at Hercules Technology
Growth Capital in the firm’s Palo Alto
and Chicago offices. He has over 15
years of private equity, venture capi-
tal, and investment banking experi-
ence in the technology industry. He
earned his J.D. from the University of
Pennsylvania Law School and his B.S.
in business administration from the
Olin Business School at Washington
University in St. Louis.
Prior to Monroe, White was a principal at H.I.G. WhiteHorse where he
was responsible for its direct lending
activities in the western United States.
White has over 15 years of experience
in technology finance, middle-market
finance and investment banking. His
prior experience includes roles in prin-
cipal finance and investment banking
at American Capital, Wells Fargo Foot-
(CFA) New England Chapter.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in
accounting from Providence College
and has participated in executive management programs at University of
Virginia’s Darden School of Business.
monroe;Capital;LLC:;Patrick White and
Mark Solovy have joined the firm as
managing directors and will lead the
firm’s national technology practice.
White will be based in the newly established San Francisco office.
Solovy will be responsible for leading
Monroe Capital’s national technology
lending efforts in private equity and venture capital-sponsored and non-sponsored transactions. Both have extensive
experience financing middle-market
companies in the technology sector.
Prior to Monroe, Solovy was a man-
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