Founder, President & Portfolio Manager
Ryan O'Connor is the President and Portfolio Manager of Crossroads Capital, LLC. Prior to founding Crossroads, Ryan was a portfolio manager at Three Arch Opportunity Fund, a value-centric investment partnership based in San Francisco. Prior to that, Ryan co-managed portfolios at Whetstone Capital and CUSH Capital, two Kansas City based investment partnerships focused on public equities investing. Before life as a securities analyst, Mr. O'Connor studied Economics at Indiana University (Bloomington), spent time as a top producing financial advisor for AG Edwards & Sons (now Wells Fargo) and an options trader on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
Ryan's proven history of generating compelling risk-adjusted returns has led to his membership in several elite investing associations, including Joel Greenblatt's Value Investors Club, a highly selective idea-sharing site where global membership is capped at 500 buy-side analysts. He has also been recognized by SumZero, the world's largest community of professional investors, as being in the top 1% of the approximately 12,000 buy-side analysts active on the site.
Brian Myers is a Special Advisor to Crossroads Capital. Prior to working with Crossroads Capital, Brian was an investment analyst at S.A.C. Capital Advisors (now Point72 Asset Management), a multi-billion dollar hedge fund based in Greenwich, Connecticut. Prior to S.A.C., Brian worked for several years in the private equity industry as an investment professional for General Atlantic, a global growth equity firm managing approximately $15 billion of assets. While at General Atlantic, Brian served as Board Observer for several prominent portfolio companies, including Emdeon Business Services, a leading healthcare technology firm.
Brian began his career as a mergers and acquisitions analyst at the investment bank Lazard and worked for a number of years in the management consulting industry with the Boston Consulting Group and Bain & Co.
Brian received his bachelor's degree in Economics, cum laude, from Harvard College and his MBA from INSEAD, where he was a member of the Dean's List. He also attended the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po).