Brad Adams is a Managing Director of TM Capital Corp. and leads the firm’s efforts in the Technology and Technology-enabled Services sectors. Brad also serves as TM Capital’s Chief Operating Officer and oversees all of the firm’s administrative functions. Brad has over 20 years of experience in advising clients in complex M&A transactions, as well as public and private equity financings.
Prior to joining TM Capital, Brad was a Managing Director and co-founder of Boston Corporate Finance, a boutique investment banking firm focused on providing M&A, capital raising and general advisory services to leading technology companies on a global basis. Previously, Brad was a Vice President at both KPMG Corporate Finance and Advest, Inc. where he specialized in IPOs, private placements and M&A advisory assignments for global technology companies. In between Advest and KPMG, Brad was a Director of Business Development for NewMediary, Inc., a leading provider of private labeled marketplaces for IT services which was ultimately sold to CNET, a CBS Interactive property.
Brad has extensive international experience and is the Head of Oaklins’ (formerly M&A International) TMT Group, as well as a former member of M&A International’s Executive Committee. For ten years he served as Chairman of the Fall Technology Conference for the Association for Corporate Growth and was formerly on the ACG Boston and Global Board of Directors.
Brad is a graduate of Bates College and received his MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and is proficient in Japanese.
Brad is an avid basketball junkie and is willing to go to extreme lengths to find a pick-up game anywhere on the globe. He also enjoys playing in an adult baseball league and has contributed to a number of World Series championships for his hometown team in Southborough. However, Brad mainly focuses his competitive juices towards chasing his wife in various road races throughout the year and coaching his two girls and one boy as they begin to develop their passion for athletics.