Statera Capital Managing Director
David L. Ross serves as the Managing Director of Statera Capital and has 15 years emerging markets experience.
Past and current clients of Statera Capital principals include USAID, HSBC, AIG, JP Morgan Chase, Credit-Suisse, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Morgan Stanley, as well as several small and mid-sized enterprises in the US as well as in the developing world.
Prior to founding Statera Capital, David served as a Senior Consultant for Cap Gemini Ernst & Young (now Capgemini) where he won awards for business development efforts, helped venture-backed dot com companies from startup through launch, and started his career at Motorola.
David has worked in over 40 countries on 6 continents, has completed global transactions totaling $400 million USD, and advised on private equity portfolios greater than $5 billion USD.
His education includes the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Information Systems and International Business, NYU’s Stern School of Business MBA weekend program with an emphasis on Finance and Global Business, and Carnegie Mellon University where he serves as an Adjunct Professor and teaches a course on Global Sourcing and Management.
Statera Capital team members include the following:
A former US Government corporate executive and specialist on African affairs.
A team of strategic advisors, consultants, and investment bankers across Sub-Sahran Africa, India, Philippines, Brazil, Mexico, China, and Eastern Europe
A former Head of Acquisitions for Fiserv who sold his company for over $220 million USD and now provides advisory service to global banking institutions
A former General Electric Capital Services CIO with 15 years experience in leading global sourcing engagements.
A project manager with 14 years experience servicing clients including major technology, banking, insurance, and retail firms
A strategic consultant with 15 years experience servicing startup through Fortune 500 clients interested in offshore outsourcing on M&A, venture financing, and strategy