Strategy Focus:

Private Equity, Hedge Fund, Private Credit, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Venture Capital, Direct Deals

Jeff Radov

Founder & President

Mr. Radov is an entrepreneur and businessman with 45years of experience in media, communications ,and financial endeavors.

Mr. Radov is the President of Walworth Group, Inc. which provides consulting and advisory services to hedge funds, private equity funds, media, entertainment and Internet companies, financial services firms, and early-stage ventures. Walworth Group raises capital and advises on mergers and acquisitions. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Radov has raised money from private investors, from venture capital funds, private equity funds and public investors.

As a fund manager and advisor, Mr. Radov has raised capital from high-net-worth individuals, from institutional investors and through public offerings. Mr. Radov has managed funds with over $1.5 billion of AUM. In addition to his capital raising activities, Mr. Radov has been an advisor or Board member to companies ranging from biotech startups to an Israeli technology incubator. He has been the COO of two groups of hedge funds. He also was a Founder-in-Residence at a venture capital fund backed by Canaan Partners, Rho Management, and Sev in Rosen Funds.

Mr. Radov was a founding investor in an educational technology company that was sold to Houghton-Mifflin. Mr. Radov was CEO and Co-Founder of VocaLoca, Inc., an innovator in consumer-generated audio content on the Internet. Mr. Radov was a founding executive of About, Inc. and was its EVP of Business Development and CFO from its inception until it became the 6thbusiest Internet property and completed its initial public offering in 1999. About merged with Primedia (NASDAQ: PRM), was acquired by The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) and now is owned by IAC (NASDAQ: IAC) and rebranded as Dotdash.

Mr. Radov previously was a Director at Prodigy Systems Company, a joint venture of IBM and Sears. Mr. Radov was a principal in the management of a series of public limited partnerships that invested over $800 million in the production of and in the distribution of more than 130 major motion pictures. Those public offerings were distributed through Merrill Lynch, PaineWebber and Smith Barney, had over 35,000 investors, and funded films distributed by Sony’s Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures. Mr. Radov previously held positions at Rainbow Programming, a joint venture among Cablevision Systems Corporation, Cox Broadcasting and Daniels & Associates.

Mr. Radov also was a director at Winklevoss & Associates. Mr. Radov earned an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a B.A. degree from Cornell University.

Mr. Radov currently holds Series 63 and 82 registrations with FINRA.