Errol Glasser bio

New York, NY
[email protected]
212-375-6148 (w)
917-686-6207 (m)
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Errol has over 35 years of deal-making experience.  He co-founded Triangle Capital in 2003 and often works directly with our clients in the Apparel, Retail & Consumer sector, but also offers a wealth of experience in other industries including business services, manufacturing, and transportation.

Prior to founding Triangle, Errol was a Managing Director responsible for West Coast investment banking activity for Kidder, Peabody & Co.  He also headed the firm’s Retail Finance Group, which was responsible for all activity in the retail and consumer products arenas.  For several years prior, Errol was a Principal in the Trump Group, a privately held New York-based investment company.  He has broad board-level experience, including having served on the boards of Pay ‘n Save Corp., Montgomery Ward, Tyco Toys, Telescene, Thermo-Electric Wire and Cable, General Products, etc.  He is currently a director of Century Aluminum and Regency Affiliates and is a trustee of the Darrow School.

Errol graduated with B. Comm and MA degrees from the University of the Witwatersrand.  He earned an MBA from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth.  He is also a Chartered Accountant.  Errol grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa.  He and his wife live in Manhattan.

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Errol has over 30 years of Mergers & Acquisitions experience and financial advisory services for both Sell-side and Buy-side transactions.

Errol has an impressive portfolio of successful deals that required raising growth-capital, financing acquisitions and executing recapitalizations.  He also works with companies seeking to structure and finance employee-led buyouts and ownership transactions that fall under Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP).

Errol often provides fairness opinions to public companies in connection with M&A transactions.  But, the need for fairness opinions also arises from regulatory, dispute resolution and other issues.


  • Retail

  • Consumer Products

  • eCommerce

  • Specialty Retail

  • Apparel

  • Accessories

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