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Murray Devine names Robert A Tribuiani head of business development

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Murray Devine, a US valuation advisory firm, has appointed Robert A Tribuiani as managing director, head of business development.

Tribuiani will be responsible for developing, executing and managing sales strategies, focusing on Murray Devine’s key end markets, including private equity and venture capital firms, debt and hedge funds, banks and corporations.
 
With over 20 years of experience in consultative sales, relationship management and business development, Tribuiani joins Murray Devine from SolomonEdwards where he was a senior business development executive. During his 10 years at SolomonEdwards, Tribuiani focused on assisting the firm’s banking and financial services clients solve critical business issues related to business transformation, accounting and finance, governance, regulatory compliance and mergers and acquisitions.
 
“Rob has deep experience and relationships within the private investment community and understands the complex issues impacting clients,” says Dennis Murray, president of Murray Devine. “We are excited to have him join the firm in a leadership role and spearhead Murray Devine’s business development strategy. He represents a valued and integral addition to our growing organisation.” 
 
“For over 25 years, Murray Devine has been well known for its commitment to providing a remarkable level of reliable and responsive client service and valuation expertise that is unparalleled in the industry,” says Tribuiani.” They are firmly entrenched as an industry leader with an extremely loyal client base. I am excited to work alongside my colleagues at the firm and expand upon those existing relationships and bring new opportunities to Murray Devine.”
 
Prior to SolomonEdwards, Tribuiani held positions in sales and business development for Penn Valley Group, Longview Solutions and VerticalNet. 

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