Anthony joined Fisher Lynch Capital in 2006 and was a Managing Director in FLC’s Boston office until 2017 when he transitioned to Senior Advisor. In that capacity, Anthony continues to provide strategic oversight of the venture and buyout funds-of-funds portfolios. While at FLC, Anthony focused on fund investments and buyout co-investments.
Prior to joining Fisher Lynch Capital, Anthony was a Portfolio Manager at The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and managed the Foundation’s private equity portfolio. While at the Mellon Foundation, Anthony led investments in U.S. and non-U.S. leveraged buyout, growth capital, venture capital, subordinated debt and distressed security funds. Anthony also represented Mellon on several fund advisory committees.
Before joining Mellon, Anthony was a Senior Analyst at Lucent Asset Management (now Nokia Corporation) and helped build the private equity portfolio, team and systems.
Prior to joining Lucent, Anthony was a Consultant at Cambridge Associates, an investment consulting and research firm, where he focused on the firm’s quantitative efforts.
Anthony earned his M.B.A. at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and his Sc.B. in Applied Mathematics & Economics at Brown University.