Daniel Mendelow is co-head of Investment Banking, U.S., a senior managing director in Evercore’s strategic advisory business and a member of the firm’s Management Committee.
Mr. Mendelow advises communications, technology and media clients on M&A, restructuring and capital raising transactions.
Select deals include advising Frontier Communications on its Chapter 11 restructuring in sale of Pacific Northwest assets to Ziply Fiber; Comcast on its acquisition of Sky; T-Mobile on the acquisition of Sprint; Straight Path on its sale to Verizon; Lightower on its sale to Crown Castle; Fibertech Networks on its sale to Lightower Fiber Networks; TW Telecom on its sale to Level 3 Communications; and AT&T on its acquisition of Leap Wireless; and Clearwire on its sale to Sprint Nextel Metro; and PCS on its sale to T-Mobile USA.
Prior to joining Evercore, Mr. Mendelow was vice president of corporate development at FirstMark Communications Europe, which had operations in France, Germany, Spain and Switzerland that constructed a pan-European fiber optic backbone with wireless local loop and DSL access networks. Earlier in his career, he was an analyst at BT Wolfensohn (Deutsche Bank).
In 2012, Mr. Mendelow was named by Multichannel News to its “40 Under 40” class of young leaders.
He graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in economics.