About Us

Marc Feldman, Co-Founder and Partner

Marc Feldman has over 30 years  experience in life sciences, international investment management, corporate development and M&A  in the healthcare, media/entertainment/telecommunications and consumer products industries. He has extensive international experience in Asia, Europe, Russia and the Former Soviet Union, Middle East and Latin America.

In addition to creating several healthcare companies, California Pain Management, Bridgestar Network, Marc was co-founder of 4D Asset Management, Ltd, a London based Asset Management company. He also is the founder of Eurasia Holdings, LLC a company involved in international investments and merchandise trade.

Previously, Marc was at Shamrock Capital Advisors, (2000-2003) a private equity firm based in Los Angeles.  Marc helped run the Israel Desk at Shamrock and established the fund’s early stage Life Science Investing program.  He was a senior manager directly involved in the fund’s investment activities in Israel. Prior to his work at Shamrock, Marc worked at and advised Interpublic Group, Univisa, News Corporation, the Walt Disney Company, and Pacific Bell.

David J.W. Suh, Co-Founder and Partner

David J.W. Suh has more than 25 years of experience in start-up investments, M&A, and risk management.  After working as a Vice President at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, he was hired by Leo Melamed, widely recognized as the founder of financial futures and the most famous man in the futures industry, to work as Director of Asian Business Development for Sakura Dellsher, Inc., a joint venture derivatives firm created by Leo Melamed and the Sakura Bank, the 2nd largest bank at the time. He was the biggest revenue producer for the firm and his responsibilities grew larger to include OTC derivatives and Mergers & Acquisitions for the Sakura Bank.

In 1998, David set up Cambridge Capital Partners in Korea by soliciting equity investment from the Sakura Bank. This unusual investment was profiled in a major Korean newspaper because Korea was in default during the Asian financial crisis and the Sakura Bank would not even lend to the Korean government itself. David further successfully locked-in a  partnership deal with the Blackstone Group, the largest private equity firm in the world, to work on corporate restructuring and M&A deals in Korea.

David has been a private investor in start-up companies for more than 13 years and founded and actively managed, for 5 years, a biotech firm discovering solutions for diabetes.  It’s breakthrough research was profiled as a cover story for the Nature journal , but the firm was unexpectedly shutdown when the principal investigator  suddenly died of liver cancer. David was profiled in the Chosun Monthly (a magazine of the largest news media in Korea) in 1998 as one of the most influential 59 people to lead Korea in the new millennium.

Jerry Katz, Esq., Co-Founder and Partner

Jerry Katz is Of Counsel to the Los Angeles law firm of Glaser Weil. During nearly three decades of practice,Jerry has represented a wide variety of clients, including publicly traded and privately held companies,institutional investors, developers, lenders, borrowers, joint venture partners, pension funds, REITs, retailers, management companies, private equity firms, media ventures, internet companies, entertainment companies,studio owners, technology companies and sports franchises. Prior to leaving Glaser Weil to join Marlin Equity Partners, Jerry was a Partner at Glaser Weil and was one of the lead attorneys representing MGM MIRAGE in all
aspects of the development and construction of Project CityCenter, a $9 billion, 18 million square foot mixed-use development on the Las Vegas Strip, one of the largest privately funded developments in the history of the United States.

Jerry combines his extensive legal background with a unique blend of top level business experience. Prior to returning to Glaser Weil, Jerry served as the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel of Marlin Equity Partners, a private equity firm with over $2.6 billion of capital under management. His primary responsibilities included overseeing all operations, finances, legal and administrative matters for the Marlin funds, as well as working with the Marlin partners on strategic initiatives for the firm and providing counsel for certain transaction and portfolio matters. He was also recruited by a venture capital firm to serve as a key executive in a technology company, and has several years of experience as an executive in entertainment businesses. Jerry uses his business background to provide both legal and practical business solutions to his clients.