As founder and chief executive officer of GATE Technologies, Vince has been the driving force behind GATE’s mission to create new market infrastructure that brings efficiency, transparency, and liquidity to the unstructured global alternative asset markets. He is responsible for GATE’s strategic planning and business initiatives, including corporate alliances and strategic partnerships. His vision is based on a core belief that actionable knowledge and information drive investments, and that technology can close the gap between traditional and emerging alternative markets, a commitment reflected in the company’s initiatives in Impact Investing and emerging geographies such as India, Brazil, Europe, and Asia.
Vince is also the founder of Global Access Holdings LLC, a financial media and analytics company, which identified a global trend line of illiquid securities and the potential market need for alternative asset trading platforms. Prior to Global Access Holdings, he was chairman & CEO of Burlington Capital Markets LLC, a financial services company specializing in institutional execution services and investment banking activities. In addition, he founded Inculab, a technology business incubator. Mr. Molinari began his career at Lehman Brothers Inc., and has also held senior positions at Janney Montgomery Scott Inc., and Ridgewood Capital. He serves as a board member of Transfer Online Inc. and BigShare Services Pvt., Ltd., and holds a B.B.A. in international business from the Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University.
Ms. Livingston is a founder of GATE Technologies and the founder, president and CEO of Transfer Online Inc. and Transfer Online Technology Development. As an entrepreneur who has worked in the financial services industry for over 27 years, Ms. Livingston was integral in identifying the global trend line of illiquid/alternative asset trading platforms. In 1999, she founded Transfer Online, a stock transfer and registrar agency, and was one of the first in the industry to bring transfer agent services and full reporting to the internet. Originally intended for individual issuers and their shareholders, the platform evolved after she was approached by MasterCard International to adapt it to trade their Class B securities held by institutions worldwide. She holds a degree from California State University, Northridge, where she graduated with honors as the Julian Beck scholar.
Mr. Goldsmith has more than 40 years of management and mergers and acquisitions experience. Mr. Goldsmith began his career as a trader and institutional salesman at L. F. Rothschild & Co. In 1988, he served as Chairman and CEO of Tucker Anthony Sutro, a 2500 person financial services firm with annual revenues of $800 million. In 1996, in concert with the Thomas H. Lee Company, Mr. Goldsmith led the leveraged buyout of Tucker Anthony Sutro from John Hancock. During that period, he guided the company through five acquisitions totaling approximately $150 million and through the successful public offering of the company in 1998. In 2001, he spearheaded the sale of Tucker Anthony Sutro to The Royal Bank of Canada. Prior to Tucker Anthony Sutro, Mr. Goldsmith was chairman and CEO of Prescott, Ball and Turbin, a Cleveland-based regional financial services firm. Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston.
Mr. Goldsmith is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.