Cain Brothers adds San Francisco public finance banker to healthcare group
Joseph Pollock is joining Cain Brothers as a managing director in its San Francisco office.
Cain Brothers, a healthcare investment bank, is a division of KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc., the corporate and investment banking arm of Cleveland-based KeyCorp.
Pollock, who starts Friday, will be responsible for covering hospitals and healthcare systems across the United States. He will report to Zach Kau and Bart Plank, co-heads of Cain Brothers’ Healthcare Public Finance Group.
“Joe brings a depth of public finance healthcare experience and an expansive network to our platform,” Kau said in a statement. “In partnership with our healthcare industry coverage groups and product partners, Joe is well positioned to deliver significant value to our clients.”
Pollock comes to Cain Brothers with nearly 15 years of public finance and non-profit healthcare investment banking experience, most recently as director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, according to the firm.
During his career, Pollock has provided public finance solutions and strategic financial advice to not-for-profit healthcare providers. He began his career as a financial systems analyst with the United States Department of Treasury.
“We continue to expand our healthcare platform. Joe’s expertise and relationships will be great additions to our group. Joe will be able to leverage our broad set of capabilities to deliver multiple solutions to our healthcare clients—especially critical in today’s market,” said Derek Chauvette, head of public sector and public finance for KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc.
Pollock earned his bachelor's degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the Cameron School of Business at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and a Master of Business Administration in finance from The McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.
Correction: This story has been updated to reflect that Joseph Pollock started at Cain Brothers Friday. The original version of the story indicated he had started earlier.