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Dan Vetter, CFA

Vice President, Private Equity Investments

Dan Vetter serves as Vice President of Private Equity Investments for G8 Capital and as President and co-founder of Money360, a G8 Capital portfolio company.

Prior to joining G8 Capital, Dan worked for PIMCO, the largest bond manager in the world, where he advised institutional clients with respect to their residential and commercial mortgage strategies, developing an expertise in commercial and non-agency mortgage-backed securities.

Prior to joining PIMCO, Dan worked for several years on Wall Street in various roles ranging from sell-side research to investment banking, developing an expertise in all facets of accounting, financial analysis and modeling.

While attending Harvard Business School, Dan worked with Harvard Management Company (HMC)—manager of Harvard University’s multi-billion-dollar endowment—developing alternative metrics to evaluate HMC’s private real estate investments to help it better allocate capital and manage liquidity risks.

Dan earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School, where his coursework emphasized commercial real estate valuation and finance. Dan also earned a Master of Public Policy degree from Harvard Kennedy School of Government, a Master of Accountancy degree from Brigham Young University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting, also from Brigham Young University. Dan holds a CFA charter and holds FINRA Series 3, 7, 63, 66, and 87 securities licenses.