Matt HoganBruen is a Managing Director of BAML Capital Access Funds where he focuses on sourcing, diligencing, and structuring prospective fund investments, interacting with current investors, and designing statistical tools that help drive CAF's analysis of the financial and social impact returns of its prospective and existing investments. He joined Bank of America in 1994 and is located in Washington, D.C.
CAF is an experienced market-based, returns-driven private equity fund-of-funds manager and advisor focused on meeting the targeted mandates of institutional investors. CAF has managed and advised on over $1.1 billion of capital for institutional investors across multiple mandates since 2002.
Before joining the CAF team, Mr. HoganBruen spearheaded Bank of America's national charter school lending activities and managed a Mid-Atlantic-based portfolio of for-profit, nonprofit, and faith based clients. Mr. HoganBruen previously worked as a commercial lender and consultant in Chicago for Bank of America from 1994 to 1998. Prior to working at Bank of America, Mr. HoganBruen spent two years as a legislative aide for a United States Representative in Washington, D.C. where he facilitated the passage of a significant piece of federal agricultural disaster relief legislation. During his tenure on Capitol Hill, Mr. HoganBruen was named a Young Leaders of Tomorrow by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Mr. HoganBruen holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Michigan, an MA from the University of Chicago, and an MBA from Oxford University in England. He is also a graduate of the Venture Capital Institute. Mr. HoganBruen is an advisory board member of various private equity portfolio funds and a founding board member of the Small Business Investor Alliance.