Strategic Capital Fund Management, an alternative investment product sponsor focused on digital economy investments, has hired Ryan White as vice president of business development at Strategic Wireless Infrastructure Funds Management, the firm’s wireless infrastructure division.
According to the company, White brings more than 20 years’ experience in wireless infrastructure, mergers and acquisitions, strategic sourcing and business development, and will be “instrumental” in supporting operations, underwriting, modeling, contract management, project management, and deal closings.
“We are committed to bringing on the best and brightest as we continue to expand our wireless infrastructure portfolio,” stated Jim Condon, president of Strategic Capital. “Ryan’s longstanding experience in the telecom industry and the consulting work that he’s done with us over the past few years made him an obvious fit as we continue adding to our wireless team.”
Before joining Strategic Wireless, White was a managing partner at Madson Capital & Advisors where he was responsible for sales processes for small to large wireless infrastructure businesses, financial modeling, and divestiture planning.
According to his LinkedIn page, he has held management positions at a number of firms including serving as general manager at Alpha Wireless, vice president of business development at Nexius and MyCom, and corporate development manager at Sprint. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business and economics from Washburn University and an MBA from Rockhurt University.
In other company news, Strategic Capital recently created Strategic Datasphere LLC, a $1.5 billion data center investment platform focused on the acquisition, development and management of fully and partially stabilized data center facilities across North America and Europe.
Strategic Capital Fund Management is a privately-held alternative investment asset management organization focused on digital economy investments with an emphasis on digital infrastructure, sustainability, and technology-centric sectors.