Peter Bianco

Managing Director Berkeley Research Group, LLC

Peter Bianco has over 18 years of corporate finance and valuation experience developed within the consulting and private equity transaction services space. Mr. Bianco has served leading private equity investors in the valuation of illiquid securities, fairness and solvency opinions,valuation of general partner (GP) and limited partner (LP) interests, strategic management consulting, project management, and advanced financial modeling developed within the consulting and private equity transaction services space.

Mr. Bianco has led GP and LP valuation engagements for private equity and hedge funds with assets under management of $30 billion to more than $100 billion in support of mergers,acquisitions, IPOs, and carry-for-equity exchanges. He has provided fairness and solvency opinions in public and private company transactions, including recapitalizations, IPOs,leveraged buyouts, mergers, acquisitions, and ESOP transactions. He has managed client relationships and execution aspects for portfolio valuation assignments of private equity investments across the entire capital structure on a quarterly basis to ensure portfolios weremarked-to-market in accordance with ASC 820.

Before joining BRG, Mr. Bianco was a director in the Alternative Investment Valuation Group at KPMG and a vice president in the Portfolio Valuation Group and the Transaction Opinions Group at Duff & Phelps.

Mr. Bianco holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA from Vassar College. He held Series 7, 79 (Investment Banking) and 63 NASD/FINRA Licenses.

After meeting Nancy and learning about the incredible work that has been done over the past few decades I decided to join the Grace Children’s Foundation’s (GCF) Board of Directors. The foundation has set itself one of the most necessary, ambitious, and challenging goals one could ever imagine – connecting children all over the world to healthcare through the Children’s Resource Exchange (CRE) digital platform. As the world continues to become a smaller place GCF’s mission becomes increasingly achievable and the outcomes are unimaginable. I want to be a part of GCF’s success to help what is probably the most vulnerable group of humans living on this planet.