Jimmy Sanchez is a Managing Director and Market Investment Executive at Bank of America Private Bank. In his role, Jimmy is responsible for managing the investment and Trust Teams in Southern California and Arizona. Jimmy leads the portfolio Management and Trust Teams in developing customized investment strategies that are unique to each client in order to provide integrated advice and portfolio management services to high-net-worth clients. In addition, he is responsible for developing and implementing a strategy to grow the Firm’sassets under management. Jimmy serves as the regional chief investment officer often speaking at events communicating Bank of America Private Bank’s Global Forecasts.
Jimmy joined Bank of America Private Bank (formerly U.S. Trust) in 2009 and has more than 25 years of experience in the global capital markets industry. Prior to assuming his role at the Private Bank, Jimmy was a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers leading the Partnership Investment Team investing on behalf of the firm’s most senior executives. Jimmy started his career on Wall Street working at Chemical Banking Corporation-Global Investors Limited.
Jimmy received his Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers College.
Michael Tilghman is a Director at Silicon Valley Bank where he leads the San Diego based Life Science and Healthcare Banking Team that covers Biopharma, Diagnostics, and Tools companies in the Southwest US. His Team, in collaboration with SVB Securities, SVB Private, and SVB Capital, delivers customized financial solutions to private, venture-backed startups and publicly traded companies.
Since joining Silicon Valley Bank in 2014, Michael has served in a variety of roles, and started his career on the technology lending side structuring venture debt, asset based credit facilities, and cash flow loans to support growth and M&A.
Scott Fox is a serial Internet entrepreneur, former investment banker, angel investor in 20+ companies, and CEO of the Orange County Startup Council. An advocate for startup founders and ecosystems worldwide, Scott has written 3 best-selling books to increase access to Silicon Valley style innovation and investment for entrepreneurs globally. Today he mostly mentors and invests in early stage software companies, specializing in startup fundraising and growth strategies. A graduate of the University of Michigan and Stanford Law School, Scott is an investor with Tech Coast Angels, Chairman of Stanford Angels for Orange County, and a popular speaker at events and in broadcast media worldwide. As CEO of the Startup Council (http://www.StartupCouncil.org), he also hosts a popular YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/scottfox) featuring free Startup Office Hours dedicated to accelerating success for under-represented entrepreneurs.
My prior experience in new ventures is extensive. As a General Partner at Norwest Ventures I led the fund’s investment activity throughout the 1980’s in all areas of healthcare and life science.
In the 1990’s, I co-founded Mill City Ventures providing venture capital experience without venture capital control. Ventures included co-founding the dominant technology for harvesting saphenous veins and turning-around a blood-glucose monitoring company.
In 2000, I moved to Orange County founding CNS Response, providing big data algorithm analysis of EEG for medication guidance. I was primary inventor on several patents leveraging off the initial application. Until 2009, I organized all the financings including taking the company public through a reverse merger and associated PIPE in 2007.
In the last few years, I have again become active in venture development making significant time commitments to several young ventures seeking to do well by doing good. Included are ventures in Botox-like neurotoxins, female sexual dysfunction, hair loss, dry-eye, pediatric cardiology and mixed-signal semiconductors.
Founded in 1938, Snell & Wilmer is a full-service business law firm with more than 450 lawyers practicing in 16 locations throughout the United States and in Mexico, including three offices in California. The firm represents clients ranging from large, publicly traded corporations to small businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs. Snell & Wilmer’s life science and medical technology lawyers currently represent a diverse client base from the bioscience, pharmaceutical (both prescription and OTC), medical device and healthcare industries, ranging from large publicly traded organizations to early and mid-stage start-up companies. Clients include manufacturers, distributors, inventors, researchers, venture capitalists, angel investors, engineers, product designers and vendors, in their intellectual property, transactional, litigation and various other legal matters.
NexCore Group is a national healthcare real estate investment and development company that focuses on acquiring, developing, owning and managing healthcare facilities including medical office buildings, wellness facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, single and multi-specialty physician buildings, life sciences facilities, seniors housing communities and transitional rehabilitation centers. NexCore has completed $4.7 billion in healthcare real estate transactions throughout 29 states, developed and acquired over 14.3 million square feet of healthcare properties across the country and currently manages over $2.9 billion of healthcare facilities spanning 7.3 million square feet. The company has been recognized repeatedly as one of the Top Healthcare Real Estate Developers in the U.S. by Modern Healthcare and HREI.
HATCHspaces ®, LLC is a Los Angeles-based real estate development platform focused on simplifying the process of scientific innovation by creating purpose-built life sciences facilities for companies emerging from academic and incubator networks. With properties in various regional submarkets, HATCHspaces’® mission is to deliver the life science community state-of-the-art lab facilities at varying scales, allowing regions to retain early-stage bioscience and biotechnology start-ups emerging from research environments.
Our tagline, HR that Makes a Difference™, defines what we do. It emphasizes that human resources is a key driver of growth and contributes to a business’s bottom line. This is what sets Insperity apart.
Insperity has a long history of improving the success equation of small and midsize businesses across the country – because when businesses succeed, communities prosper.
And in today’s changing business environment, it’s our privilege to take care of an organization’s most valuable asset: its people.
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For over 25 years, Biocom California has helped move the life science industry forward with transformative resources that enable companies to make meaningful connections. Biocom California harnesses the collective power and experience of the most innovative and productive life science clusters in the world, with powerful advocacy and transformative programs to help companies in their quest to improve the human condition.
Wednesday, February 22, 2023
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Water Grill South Coast Plaza
3300 Bristol St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626