Office Address

One Maritime Plaza,
San Francisco, CA 94111
United States of America

Clark Callander

Managing Director


Clark Callander is a Co-Founder of GCA. Over the past 35 years, Clark and the teams he has led have advised on more than 500 public and private market financings, merger & acquisitions, leveraged buy-outs, recapitalizations, joint ventures, takeover defenses, stock buybacks, balance sheet restructurings, and senior and subordinated debt financings. Over his career, some of his clients have included TimeWarner, NaviSite, Quest Software, Legendary Pictures, Abgenix Pharmaceuticals, Arthrocare, United Artists, DealerTrack, General Motors, Vista Healthcare, Robert Mondavi Corporation, 3i, and Landmark Ventures.

Prior to co-founding GCA, Clark was a member of the management team at Robertson Stephens & Company. In his roles at Robertson Stephens, he ran the Private Capital Group, a business unit which he started. During his 10 years at the firm, he raised nearly $10 billion dollars of capital for over 300 pre-public and public company clients. While at Robertson Stephens, he also headed European Investment Banking and was Co-Head of the Global Corporate Finance. Clark began his investment banking career at PaineWebber where he had several roles in the technology, mergers & acquisitions, and capital markets departments. His experience also includes real estate development and management at Parke-Moore Corporation and the LBO group at Union Bank of California.

Over the last three decades, Clark has been actively involved as an early stage/growth investor in over 50 companies, primarily in the technology sector. He has served or currently serves on company, advisory and non-profit boards, including RocketSpace, H. Barton Asset Management, IDG Ventures Europe, SF Boys and Girls Clubs, St Ignatius College Preparatory, Leland Stanford University Development and Joseph Wharton School Development. He earned a Bachelor of Sciences from Stanford University and an MBA from the Joseph Wharton School with Honors.

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