At Arcspring Jordan focuses on financial rigor including deal structuring and debt financing while modeling our value creation strategies and assessing the financial outcomes of our innovative tech pivots.
Jordan has broad experience spanning 25 years in the capital markets and software industries.
Jordan previously was Vice President at Infor where he was in an operating and financial role for the retail global business unit and was responsible for architecting large and complex transactions in addition to building end-to-end software investment plans and creating value and ROI business cases. The business unit grew significantly over his tenure, both organically and through integrating three acquisitions.
Jordan has had a broad career that began in institutional equity research and leveraged buyouts, and extended into software finance and operating roles at some of the largest software companies in the world.
Prior to Infor, he spent 10+ years at Oracle primarily in the Oracle finance department. The finance team deployed capital to help fund technology investments and business improvement strategies with a goal of unlocking significant value and savings for customers.
Prior to joining Oracle, he was a Vice President in Institutional Equity Sales at Craig-Hallum Capital Group, a regional investment banking firm in which he helped found with an original team of 20 people. In this role he sold equity investment strategies to hedge funds, mutual funds and private investment companies based in New York. He also was an Equity Research Analyst at ThinkEquity Partners and Piper Jaffray primarily focusing on the B2B Services and Technology industries.
Jordan started his career as an analyst in Corporate and Merchant banking at BNP-Paribas in Chicago, raising money for public and private mid-market companies primarily for leveraged buyouts. During this tenure he managed a portfolio totaling over $100mm in debt investments. Jordan graduated with a B.S. in Finance from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. While attending the Carlson School of Management, Jordan also worked as an intern in Equity Capital Markets at Piper Jaffray.