Steve McLaughlin | About

Steve McLaughlinInvestment banking executive Steve McLaughlin maintains involvement in a wide array of professional, charitable, and personal endeavors. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Villanova University, Mr. McLaughlin was selected for the Financial Management Program at General Electric, where his outstanding performance earned him a position on the firm’s Corporate Audit Staff. After three years at General Electric, he enrolled at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated in the top five percent of his class. Steve McLaughlin earned his Master of Business Administration with honors in 1995 and began a highly successful career with Goldman Sachs & Co., where he led the firm’s initiatives in the area of financial technology banking.

Eight years later, Mr. McLaughlin launched San Francisco’s Financial Technology Partners, an investment bank offering a wide variety of advisory services to institutional clients in the financial technology sector. Today, Mr. McLaughlin continues to position Financial Technology Partners as a leading name in strategic and financial advisement, and his efforts have earned him a number of significant industry awards.

Aside from his work at Financial Technology Partners, Steve McLaughlin plays an active role in the community. He donates his energy and resources to several worthy organizations on a regional, national, and global scale. Mr. McLaughlin and his firm have made donations to the Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, the Foundation for Reed Schools, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Chai Lifeline, and various hospitals.

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