Bradley M. Dorchinecz is a senior vice president and the director of the private equity team at 50 South Capital. He co-founded Northern Trust’s private equity team with Bob Morgan in 2001. He oversees all aspects of the investment process for both primary and secondary investments. This includes sourcing and analyzing venture capital and buyout partnership investment opportunities in the United States, Europe and Asia. He previously was an investment professional at Mercantile Capital Partners, a venture capital and growth equity fund located in Northbrook, Illinois. Prior to Mercantile, Bradley spent five years at Heller Financial (now a part of GE Capital), providing senior debt to middle market buyout funds.
Bradley is on the advisory boards for Trinity Ventures, Aleph Ventures, Cowboy Ventures and Sterling Partners. He speaks frequently at industry conferences, including Super Return, Venture Capital Journal's Venture Alpha, Buyouts Midwest, the Association for Corporate Growth Conference, and the European Venture Capital Association Middle Market Buyout Forum. He 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.