Raymond G. Falci

Raymond G. FalciRaymond Falci joined Cain Brothers in early 2006 as an investment banker to lead the firm's franchise in Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) and Pharmaceutical Services. As a former sell-side equity research analyst, Mr. Falci has followed HCIT since 1994. During his career as an analyst, Mr. Falci worked primarily at Bear Stearns, where he was named to Institutional Investor's Top-rated list in 5 of his last 6 years, including two number 1 rankings. In addition to HCIT, Mr. Falci's research coverage included pharmaceutical outsourcing, pharmaceutical distribution and publicly-traded hospital companies. Prior to working on Wall Street, Mr. Falci worked for 5 years at a start-up company focused on energy efficient lighting products, where he held various positions ranging from Engineering Manager to National Sales Manager.

Mr. Falci grew up in Queens, NY and currently resides with his family in Westchester County. He received a BE from the Cooper Union in New York, NY; an MS in Engineering from Columbia University, and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Alumni Trustee since 2011

Term Ends: 2015

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