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Managing Director

Alan McClure

Alan is a Managing Director with Fifth Third’s Tech-Enabled Business Services Investment Banking group, a part of Fifth Third Securities, Inc. (“FTS”), and has over 30 years of experience advising management teams and shareholders of middle market businesses in connection with the sale of their business as well as assignments relating to acquisitions and capital raises. Industries in which he has experience include telecommunications, manufacturing, business services and distribution. Prior to joining FTS in 2016, Alan was a Founding Member and Partner of The Breckenridge Group, Inc, a boutique investment banking firm focused on the middle market. Prior to Breckenridge, he spent time with Stringer Wyatt & Williams, the Emerging Business Department of Deloitte Haskins & Sells (now Deloitte), and Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). Alan received a B.S. degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia with Honors and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance from Georgia State University.

About Fifth Third Investment Banking

Navigating the complexities of today’s market requires a specialized and experienced advisor. Fifth Third Investment Banking partners with owner-operators, strategics and financial sponsors to provide mergers & acquisitions (M&A), capital raising and strategic advisory services, both sell-side and buy-side. Our professionals have a long track record of tailoring solutions to unlock value and help our clients reach their critical business milestones. We collaborate across industries and geographies to provide every client with thoughtful advice and diligent transaction execution, supported by a full-service capital markets platform and a leading commercial bank. We have a national presence from coast to coast with over 125 investment bankers, six industry groups and eight offices.
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