Krishna Shankar is an experienced Wall Street professional since 1992 who focused on technology research and investment banking. He is currently a Managing Director/Senior Research Analyst focused on the technology sector at Midtown Partners.

He has prior investment research experience at Montgomery Securities, Salomon Brothers, DLJ Securities, JMP Securities, ThinkEquity, and Roth Capital Partners. Also, he has extensive experience in technology investment banking where he advised companies on capital raising and M&A at Needham & Co and Bank of America Securities.

Krishna began his career working as a process development engineer at AMD and Cirrus Logic. He is recognized for his extensive industry experience, ability to identify winning investment themes, longstanding corporate and institutional relationships, and domain expertise across the technology sector.

Krishna received his B.Tech (Chemical Engineering) from IIT in India, MS (Chemical Engineering) from USC, and MS (Engineering Management) from Stanford University.

Krishna Shankar

Managing Director

Krishna Shankar is an experienced Wall Street professional since 1992 who focused on technology research and investment banking. He is currently a Managing Director/Senior Research Analyst focused on the technology sector at Midtown Partners.

He has prior investment research experience at Montgomery Securities, Salomon Brothers, DLJ Securities, JMP Securities, ThinkEquity, and Roth Capital Partners. Also, he has extensive experience in technology investment banking where he advised companies on capital raising and M&A at Needham & Co and Bank of America Securities.

Krishna began his career working as a process development engineer at AMD and Cirrus Logic. He is recognized for his extensive industry experience, ability to identify winning investment themes, longstanding corporate and institutional relationships, and domain expertise across the technology sector.

Krishna received his B.Tech (Chemical Engineering) from IIT in India, MS (Chemical Engineering) from USC, and MS (Engineering Management) from Stanford University.

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