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Daniel M. Cain

Daniel M. Cain ’72
Founding Partner and Chairman, Cain Brothers, New York

Daniel M. Cain is chairman of Cain Brothers & Company LLC, a healthcare investment banking firm founded in 1982, and a general partner of its private equity affiliates, CB Health Ventures and Health Enterprise Partners. His prior professional experience includes corporate and real estate finance with Merrill Lynch, Blyth Eastman Dillon, and Salomon Brothers.

Mr. Cain is a director of several companies, including Sheridan Healthcare, Brim Healthcare, and NATIXIS-Loomis Sayles Mutual Funds. He is chairman of the Norman Rockwell Museum and a member of the boards of the American Heart Association and of Brown University School of Medicine.

Mr. Cain has a bachelor’s degree in American civilization from Brown University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.


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