Peter Santry is the Owner and President of the The Alternative Board (TAB) business located in Fairfield County, CT. He began his 35 year career helping businesses as a lender and capital raiser for private and middle market companies in the tri-state area. Later he transitioned into the Leveraged Loan and High Yield Bond Capital Markets businesses, structuring and pricing corporate debt to be sold to investors. Peter eventually ran a global distressed debt business where he traded and invested in distressed and defaulted corporate and municipal debt. Mr. Santry devoted the bulk of his career to money center banks, with long stints at Bankers Trust and Bank of America, and at investment banks, Jefferies and Lazard Capital Markets.
In starting The Alternative Board (TAB) of Fairfield County, Peter is bringing his substantial experience in corporate capital raising, restructuring, and passion for business to his TAB Members. Helping business owners define their vision of success and then assisting them in realizing it is what drives Peter today. Mr. Santry received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Williams College in 1981 and is happily married with five children.
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