Brean Capital LLC Announces Hiring of Yun Kim

Company: Brean Capital, LLC
Published: 27 December, 2015
NEW YORK, Dec. 23, 2015 -- Brean Capital, LLC today announces the addition of Yun Kim, as Senior Research Analyst covering Software Companies. We are excited for Mr. Kim to join our team. He is a seasoned professional who has followed numerous software sectors over his career, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), cloud, big data, security, infrastructure, business intelligence, networking, supply-chain, customer relationship management (CRM), and Internet-of-Things (IoT). By leveraging his industry knowledge and technical background, his research efforts are focused on uncovering the latest market trends and formulating investment thesis based on these trends. For instance, he sees an opportunity for next-generation infrastructure software companies to emerge to better manage and secure current on-premise and cloud-based deployments that are increasingly getting more complex. He has evaluated and advised numerous private companies over the years regarding their growth strategy, market positioning, and business development ideas.

Brean Capital is committed to continually refining our Research efforts to be more strategically aligned with the trends of the future and we see this hire as key to maintaining a fresh perspective in our Technology vertical.

One of the sustainable competitive advantages of boutique investment banks is the ability to identify trends and quickly redeploy assets to better serve our clients' needs. Our Research led strategy, strong capital position, momentum in all of our businesses and culture of collaboration allows us to continually upgrade our capabilities. We are excited about our continued evolution and look forward to expanding our Research platform.

Yun Kim is a Senior Research Analyst covering Software. His sell-side research experience spans more than 15 years with various firms including Jefferies, Janney Capital Markets, ThinkEquity, and Gleacher & Co. Prior to embarking on his Wall Street career, Yun was a consultant with Accenture in its e-commerce, supply-chain, and SAP practices. Yun received a BS degree in Bioengineering from University of California at Berkeley, a BA degree in Economics from University of California at Santa Cruz, and a MS degree in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University.