Calera Adds New Board Member

May 23 2007 | 10:52am ET

Calera Capital, a middle-market private equity firm, has appointed Michael Murray to its advisory board. Murray most recently served as president of global corporate and investment banking at Bank of America.

Murray is a member of the board of directors for CNW Corporation and eLoyalty Corporation. He also serves on the advisory boards of the College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, Catamount Ventures and Rutberg & Company.
 
“Mike’s extensive background in financial services and his broad network will prove highly valuable to the firm as we continue to bolster our capabilities in the financial services sector,” said Jim Farrell, managing partner at Calera Capital.
 
Calera Capital, formerly known as Fremont Partners, was founded in 1991 with offices in San Francisco and Boston.


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