Mitchell Manoff is the Co-Founder and CEO of Corinthian Partners L.L.C. and Corinthian Partners Asset Management.
Mr. Manoff is a thirty year veteran of Wall Street. Prior to creating Corinthian, Mr. Manoff was a Senior Vice President of Investments at Lehman Brothers for 14 years.
Since co-founding Corinthian in June of 1996, Mr. Manoff has been the firm’s co-manager of the investment banking, wealth management and asset management departments. Together with Mr. Calabrese, has been responsible for a number of investment banking transactions ranging from technology services companies to a $500 million green energy project in Canada.
In addition to his work co-managing Corinthian’s activities, Mr. Manoff has served as an instructor at Baruch College since 2003, where he teaches a popular Venture Financing course. Through Baruch, Mr. Manoff has also lectured for Chinese executives concerning the U.S. capital markets.
Mr. Manoff holds a BS in BA from Boston University and an MBA from CUNY-Baruch College.
Mr. Manoff currently Series holds Series 7,8, 24, 63, 65 and 79 licenses.