Timothy A. Reese
Managing Director, Investment Banking Quoin Capital LLC
As a seasoned senior executive, Tim brings 28 years of team-building, strategic execution, and governance within the finance and technology industries. He has a diverse range of executive level management and sales skills in corporate, institutional finance, and business startup environments with significant expertise as a fiduciary, asset manager, and investor.
From 2015 to 2017, he served as the Treasurer of the Commonwealth of PA. As its Chief Executive Officer, Tim led the turn-around of the State Treasury Department by launching a job readiness program and managing a $10 billion investment program. Under his tenure, assets under management increased by more than $2 billion. While in office, Tim created an Emerging Manager and Impact investment program with an Assets Under Management sum of $700 million, total combined assets. Tim demonstrated exceptional leadership and the ability to build consensus by successfully guiding a $90 billion annual operation within a fractured political environment.
Prior to his work with the Treasury, Tim spent 21 years as a principal investor and operator for venture and private equity companies. As a CXO, he helped shape the vision and growth of lower and middle market software companies, which were later acquired or rolled up by CDW, Red Hat, and AEP Networks.
Tim’s BFTP Board experience includes his participation on the Compensation, Governance, and Personnel committees for companies with less than $500M and more than $25B in assets. Currently, he is the Managing Director of Investment Banking at Quoin Capital, an independent director at Farol Asset Management, a NYC-based private equity firm, and an independent director at National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), Philadelphia chapter.
He holds FINRA licenses Series SIE, 79, and 63. Tim earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Electronics Technology from Temple University, and he was a Fellow at the Temple University Fox School of Business.