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Gregory Bedrosian Connecticut

  • Harvard Business School Graduate
  • Co-Founder, CEO & Managing Partner
  • Redwood Capital Group


    The recipient of a master of business administration from Harvard Business School, Gregory Bedrosian has dedicated more than 20 years to international finance. Beginning his career at Credit Suisse First Boston in London, Bedrosian spent several years as co-founder and partner of Renaissance Capital and the Sputnik Group. This entity garnered $1 billion in private equity funds towards developing markets in Russia, the Ukraine, and Africa. Since 2003, Gregory Bedrosian has served as chief executive officer and managing partner of Redwood Capital Group. Also its co-founder, he handles domestic and cross-border transactions in mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and corporate financing for companies in growing fields such as media and communications. In recognition of his accomplishments, Bedrosian has received numerous honors. In 2013, he garnered the M&A Advisor’s 2013 Technology, Media, Telecom Deal of the Year Award; the M&A Deal of the Year Award; and the Deal Financing Award. His speaking engagements include a Cyber Security Roundtable hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations and Variety's 2012 Future of Film Summit in Dubai, and Harvard Business School invited him to sit on its panel of judges for its annual New Venture Competition. Moreover, Gregory Bedrosian regularly produces op-eds on international finance and entrepreneurship for The Huffington Post, Crain's New York, and other publications.

    Professional experience

    Co-Founder, CEO & Managing Partner

    Redwood Capital Group

    January 2003 - Present

    Co-Founder, Partner

    Renaissance Capital & The Sputnik Group

    January 1995 - January 2003(8 years)

    Principal, Merchant Banking Group

    Credit Suisse First Boston

    January 1993 - January 1995(2 years)



    University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School

    January 1984 - January 1988(4 years)


    The Episcopal Academy

    January 1980 - January 1984(4 years)