Berenson Hires Two Vice Presidents
Berenson is proud to share the news of our growing team by adding further depth to deal execution and additional resources to business development and marketing initiatives.
Dominic Carazza joined as a Vice President and will focus on healthcare, software, and tech-enabled services. Prior to Berenson, Dom was a Vice President at Berkery Noyes, a New York City-based investment bank specializing in software and tech-enabled companies across various sectors, including education, healthcare, marketing, and financial services. While at Berkery Noyes, Dom focused on expanding the firm's presence into both pure-play software companies and developing healthcare verticals, such as behavioral health and multi-site service providers.
Dom has completed over 30 transactions to a broad range of global acquirers and private equity firms, such as Film Freeway acquired by Backstage, a portfolio company of TA Associates, Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) acquired by Blackstone (NYSE: BX), ACES entered a strategic partnership with General Atlantic, Electra Information Systems acquired by Gresham Technologies (LON:GHT.L), and Aries Systems acquired by RELX Group (NYSE:RELX).
In addition to Dominic, Caitlin Canderan joined as a Vice President of Marketing.
Prior to Berenson, Caitlin shaped her career in financial communications while executing investor relations strategy for public companies with two agencies, and then followed these efforts by moving into business development with Axial, a leading deal platform. While at Axial, Caitlin supported investment banks with the restructuring of their business development strategies and went on to join a client, Aerospace Equities, to rebuild their brand, origination strategy, and deal execution process. These efforts led to new relationships with A&D entrepreneurs and two closed transactions.
Outside of the financial services industry, Caitlin led the build-out of sophisticated customer success and marketing operations at a B2B software company, Tacton Systems, and a B2C sports entertainment company, Clash Endurance.