Templum is pleased to welcome Kimberly Corrigan as our new Director of Distribution responsible for raising capital on behalf of issuers from institutional investors, family offices, registered investment advisors, and Templum partners.
Kimberly brings a wealth of experience raising capital in the high net worth and institutional markets. Her background is well-suited to help Templum transform the private markets by offering global investors greater access to capital deals, facilitating private issuer capital formation, and offering the potential for private asset liquidity with unprecedented levels of transparency and security.
Vince Molinari, CEO of Templum Markets shared, “Kimberly’s extensive experience raising capital for alternative assets including venture capital, private equity, and hedge funds made her the ideal choice as Templum’s Director of Distribution. Additionally, Kimberly’s broad network of investors and capital allocators will certainly augment our distribution channels.”
“Throughout my career, I’ve witnessed significant changes in public market infrastructure while the private markets’ infrastructure has largely remained unchanged. Joining Templum allows me to play a significant role in evolving the private markets by helping to increase exposure to alternatives through Templum’s industry leading end-to-end technology solution, which addresses a number of obstacles that both issuers and investors experience today,” said Kimberly.
Prior to joining Templum, Kimberly built her own company, The Black Collective, focused on raising capital for venture capital, private equity, and hedge fund mandates. Kimberly has also held positions as Senior Vice President of D. E. Shaw & Co. where she was responsible for family office fundraising and investor relations. She was also a Managing Director and Partner at The Taylor Companies responsible for marketing and client services activities, a Vice President at The Carlyle Group, Vice President at Merrill Lynch, and Sales Director for Travelers Group Inc. She began her career at Salomon Smith Barney in their global energy and power and mergers and acquisitions divisions.
Kimberly graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in International Relations and earned her MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.