Mozaic Capital is a full service boutique firm advising institutional investors by strategically utilizing the secondary market for divesting private equity, real estate and other alternative asset interests.
Solomon is a founding partner of Mozaic Capital with over 35 years of experience investing and managing institutional private equity investment portfolios. Prior to forming Mozaic Capital, Solomon was a Managing Director at Siguler Guff where he joined the firm in 2010 as a senior member of the investment team. Solomon worked on separate accounts and interacted closely with CIO’s of pension funds in analyzing and disposition of private equity partnership interests.
Prior to joining Siguler Guff, Solomon was the Chief Investment Officer of SVG Advisors, the advisory business of SVG Capital PLC where he spent 12 years. Under his leadership the firm’s private equity portfolio grew to more than €4 billion under management. The firm pioneered the use of securitization to raise money through debt and equity offerings. He helped establish the firm’s secondary business, and transacted in close to $1 billion of interests
From 1988-1997 Solomon was at the California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS) as the Director of the Alternative Investments program. During his tenure, CalSTRS committed over US$2 billion to US and European partnerships, and made the first secondary investment for the program. While at CalSTRS, he also helped establish the Institutional Limited Partners Association (ILPA) and served as the group’s Chairman until leaving the pension fund in 1997.
Solomon holds an M.B.A. from the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin and a B.S. in Biology and Biochemistry from the Marquette University. He also attended the American University of Beirut. Solomon was an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Finance and Investments at the Edward S. Ageno Graduate School of Business at Golden Gate University.
Solomon is currently a trustee of The Church Pension Group, an $11 Billion Pension Fund where he serves on the Investment and Audit Committees.
Christine is a founding partner of Mozaic Capital with over 20 years of experience in private equity investing, portfolio management and transaction sourcing. Prior to forming Mozaic Capital, Christine founded a private equity consulting practice advising large institutional clients on divesting private equity interests, fund structuring and valuation. Prior to running her own consulting practice, Christine was an investment professional at HarbourVest Partners were she spent five years. While at HarbourVest, Christine invested and advised on over $700 million in private equity fund interests. Christine also advised on a number of secondary transactions while at HarbourVest, with a particular focus on the secondary infrastructure transactions.
Prior to HarbourVest, Christine was a founding member of the infrastructure M&A advisory practice at Citigroup in New York. While at Citigroup, Christine advised private equity managers, listed fund managers and alternative asset fund managers, whom she advised on multi-billion dollar acquisitions and divestitures. Christine also advised clients on private equity fund structuring, private placement, and initial public offerings for private equity listed funds. Prior to her role in the investment bank, Christine was a founding member of the Public Sector Group at Citigroup, where she advised sovereign clients on large asset divestitures. Her career at Citigroup began in the Structured Corporate Finance group.
Christine holds an M.B.A. from MIT's Sloan School of Business and a B.S. from Babson College. Christine currently sits on the City Year Seven Generations Board in Boston, and is an advisory board member of Shine for Girls.
Maureen is a Director of Mozaic Capital and brings 20 years of operations and management experience.
Prior to joining Mozaic Capital, Maureen spent three years as Administrative Team Manager at Bain Capital, managing and directing 100+ administrative personnel throughout across six US offices. Prior to her role at Bain Capital, Maureen was Office Manager for the Boston office of SVG Advisers. Her responsibilities at SVG included firm compliance, accounting, HR, and general administration.
Maureen studied Business Management at Quincy College and is an active member and club officer at Quincy Toastmasters.
Myra is a Director of Mozaic Capital and brings over 15 years of experience across private equity investing, fundraising and investor relations.
Most recently, Myra led the San Francisco office of MVision Private Equity Advisers, responsible for West Coast investor relations. Prior to MVision, Myra served as an investor relations professional at Thomas H. Lee Partners, where she focused on the firm’s Asia-based investor relationships. Myra began her private equity career at HarbourVest Partners, working with Mozaic Co-founder Christine Patrinos as an investment professional in the primary partnership group. While at HarbourVest, Myra invested and advised on private equity fund interests across managers in the U.S., Israel and Latin America.
Myra holds a B.A. in Psychology, Economics and Music from Dartmouth College.
STEPHEN EMERY, CFA
Stephen is a Vice President of Mozaic Capital and brings 10 years of experience working on the investment teams of two institutional investment managers. Stephen has significant experience transacting in institutional size across a broad spectrum of asset classes, liquidity needs, sectors, and regions.
Most recently, Stephen was a Senior Trader at Man Group PLC, where he advised on fund launches and fund restructurings on portfolios ranging from $50 million to $1+ billion in size. Prior to his role at Man Group, Stephen was an Associate on the Portfolio Management team of Arrowstreet Capital Limited Partnership, where he was involved in the entire investment process including portfolio management, trading, and performance attribution.
Stephen holds a B.S. in Economics-Finance from Bentley University, is a CFA Charterholder, and has a Certificate in ESG Investing from the CFA Institute.
Charlene is a Vice President with Mozaic Capital and brings over 14 years of private investment operations experience. Her most recent role was a Principal for The Baupost Group, where she implemented and oversaw data and documentation workflows relating to trading activity, cash management, class action filings and regulatory initiatives.
Charlene holds a B.S. from Clarkson University in Environmental Science and Policy.
David is a Vice President of Mozaic Capital with over 8 years of investment banking and capital advisory experience.
Prior to joining Mozaic Capital, David was a Vice President at Greenhill & Co in San Francisco, advising clients on a broad range of M&A, restructuring and capital advisory transactions both in the United States and internationally. Prior to Greenhill, David was an Associate at Jefferies in San Francisco and an Associate at Flagstaff Partners in Melbourne, Australia.
David holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Degree with Honours) from the University of Melbourne.
Marcello is an Investment Analyst with Mozaic Capital. Previously, he completed internships in investment management at Penn Capital management, and most recently as a private equity analyst at Taglich Private Equity.
Marcello graduated Boston College's Carroll School of Management with a bachelors degree in management, concentrating in finance and business analytics, with a minor in philosophy.