In addition to compiling a lot of education derived from his years of practical experience, Frank Magliato also has plenty of formal academic education in his background as well. He has a degree in engineering that he earned from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, for example, as well as a business degree from New York University. However, it's his practical education that serves clients the most. It is also why Frank has been chosen to serve on a number of company boards. His favorite board is more philanthropic in nature, as a director of the Guardian Foundation, which supports improvements in the welfare and the health of Panamanian children.
A great many Frank Magliato clients describe him as an investment professional capable of identifying the most advantageous business opportunities for each clients. He also seems able to act on them at the most opportune time, again, for each client, individually. He has shown an ability to view each business opportunity from a variety of perspectives. It is that long career that offers him such an ability. He has worked on public and private equity transactions in all sorts of diverse areas, such as telecom, real estate development, retail, mining and social media.
Over the course of a career that is now well into its fourth decade, Frank Magliato has been learning from his experience and sharpening his business skills and his judgment in a great many ways and in a great many areas. Some time ago, he served as president for Saddle River Associates & Company, which was one of the most prestigious private equity firms in the world. In that position, he specialized in corporate transactions and managed more than $500 million worth of projects while he was there. Among his favorites were the huge sale of Natural Balance Pet Foods to Del Monte and a game-changing real estate deal in Panama worth more than $150 million.