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Marc Golden (Senior Advisor)

  • At the time he helped co-found TechSpin, Marc Golden had been for 17 years, and he remains today, president of the Golden Group of Companies, acting as advisor to inventors/patent holders in need of assistance in commercializing their intellectual property. . Marc has guided the process by which target market(s) and candidate licensee(s) are identified; conducted proprietary processes for inventors seeking best-use licensees and maximum royalties; and managed licensing negotiations. In addition, Marc has advised on Merger & Acquisition matters, participating in all phases of the client’s process from conceptualization through execution. Marc has a specialty in complex transactions taking place under extraordinary constraints, with emphasis on getting deals done.
  • Previously, Mr. Golden spent approximately five years working as an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he was a vice president in the Mergers & Acquisitions Department, and then at the investment banking arm of Prudential-Bache Securities, Inc., where he was a Managing Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department, founding head of the Takeover Defense and Recapitalization Group and the Corporate Control Planning Group, and a member of the policy-setting Mergers & Acquisitions Committee. In these roles, Marc specialized in helping public companies prepare for and respond to contested takeover offers. While at Goldman Sachs, Marc had sole supervisory responsibility for the firm's number one-ranked takeover defense business, and oversaw the growth of this business from a 25% market share to a 40% market share. While at Prudential, Marc had a supervisory role with respect to the strategy and direction, as well as the individual assignment execution, of Prudential-Bache's sixty-five person mergers and acquisitions advisory business. This role included recruiting and training several key junior, and senior, colleagues; senior responsibility for publicity and press relations; several appearances in various national news media and at symposia and seminars; and responsibility for relationships with outside attorneys. At Goldman Sachs and Prudential-Bache, Marc worked with CEOs, CFOs and Boards of Directors of hundreds of client companies, including representatives from all major industry groups. He also met with and provided assistance to the architects of proposed tender offer reform legislation in the United States Congress.
  • Before becoming an investment banker, Mr. Golden spent five years as a corporate finance attorney at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, where he negotiated mergers and divestitures, represented underwriters and issuers in domestic and Eurodollar public offerings and private placements, and structured financing in special situations.
  • Mr. Golden received a BA magna cum laude in Administrative Sciences from Yale College, an MBA with High Distinction (Baker Scholar) from Harvard Business School, and a JD from Harvard Law School.
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