Reverence Capital Partners, LP
New York, NY
Milton Berlinski is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Reverence Capital Partners a private equity firmed focused on the middle market financial services industry. Prior to founding RCP he concluded a 26-year career at Goldman Sachs, which he joined in 1986 and where he served as a founding member of the Financial Institutions Group in Investment Banking, focusing on banks, consumer and commercial finance companies, asset management, insurance and capital markets. He also served as Head of Strategy and Corporate Development in the period after Goldman Sachs’ IPO, assisting the Executive Office and division leaders to create and execute a strategy to build out Goldman Sachs’ global footprint. In the last 10 years at Goldman Sachs, in addition to being responsible for coverage of some of the firms key financial institutional relations, Mr. Berlinski had global responsibility for coverage of the firm’s financial sponsor and hedge fund clients, overseeing a dramatic increase in GS’s position on the business and in revenue and working alongside Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking team on co-investment opportunities in transactions involving the firm’s clients. He is currently the Vice Chairman of the Ronald McDonald House and serves on the Graduate Executive Board of Wharton. He received a BA in engineering from California State University, Northridge, in 1978 and an MBA from Wharton in 1980. He resides in New York City with his wife Jena and his two children, Alexander and Sarah.