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Executive Director

Anthony Bowen

Anthony is a senior member of Fifth Third’s Financial Sponsors Group, a part of Fifth Third Securities, Inc. (“FTS”), having joined the team at inception. He has covered alternative asset managers for over a decade, generating broad capital markets and advisory transaction experience including sell-side and buy-side advisory, public and private leveraged finance, risk management derivatives and equity capital markets across several industries. Currently, Anthony is focused on delivering Fifth Third’s capabilities and solutions to his private equity clients, who are critical relationships of the firm and marquee players in the sponsor community. Prior to joining Fifth Third, Anthony was a member of the Consumer & Retail and Mergers & Acquisitions Groups at Keybanc Capital Markets, the Investment Banking division of KeyCorp. He graduated top of his class from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting and Finance and holds Series 7, 63 and 79 licenses from FINRA.

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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