Bradley M. Dorchinecz is a Senior Vice President and the Director of the Private Equity Group for 50 South Capital, a group he co-founded. Mr. Dorchinecz oversees all aspects of the investment process for primary, secondary and direct co-investments. This includes sourcing, and analyzing venture capital and buyout investment opportunities in the United States, Europe and Asia. He is responsible for fundraising, asset allocation and portfolio management activities for the Private Equity Group. He has made and overseen commitments to over 90 venture capital and buyout funds and 15 secondary investments. Mr. Dorchinecz also is a voting member of Northern Trust’s Investment Policy Committee. He was previously an investment professional at Mercantile Capital Partners, a venture capital and growth equity fund located in Northbrook, Illinois. Prior to Mercantile, he spent five years at Heller Financial, a middle-market commercial finance company which was later acquired by General Electric. At Heller, he was an Assistant Vice President in the Corporate Finance Group and Heller Business Credit. He worked with Bob Morgan while at Heller.
Mr. Dorchinecz is a member of the Advisory Boards for Trinity Ventures, Cowboy Ventures, Aleph Ventures, Tower Arch Capital, Endless, and Sterling Partners. He speaks frequently at industry conferences, including Super Return, Venture Capital Journal's Venture Alpha, the British Venture Capital Association’s Venture Forum, the Association for Corporate Growth Conference, and the European Venture Capital Association Middle Market Buyout Forum.
Mr. Dorchinecz graduated with High Honors from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign with a degree in finance and received his MBA with Honors from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.
November 21, 2016: Wayne Bowers: As we wait to see the full extent of new US leadership’s domestically focused economic agenda, we look to Asia and some of the opportunities and uncertainty surrounding trade with the region.