Greenwich Associates has expanded its commercial banking consulting and market research practice with the hiring of Larry Baily. Baily joins as a principal in the firm’s commercial banking group. As a key product manager, he will focus on data reporting solutions, analytics and sales to senior research professionals at the firm’s largest clients.
Baily joins from Chapman Associates, a middle market merger and acquisition (M&A) advisor and intermediary in New York. As a managing director, he was responsible for the New York metro operations and successfully represented companies in the business services, information technology and transportation sectors.
Prior to joining Chapman Associates, Baily was an executive vice president at TNS, where he founded the North American financial services division and grew revenues to US$20m. Baily also managed a staff of 145 within the following sectors: social and polling, sports and events, travel/transport and tourism, automotive, QSRs, managed health care, and technology/telecom.
Baily received his MBA in Marketing from the Bernard Baruch College in New York.
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