Chicago Pacific Founders’ Chief Operating Officer and Head of Investor Relations, Matthew Doyle, has never been one to shy away from the path less traveled. With well over three decades of experience in money management, financial services, and corporate development, Doyle knows firsthand the value of maintaining a weather eye on ever-changing market conditions and taking advantage of new opportunities when they arise. This career-long quest of pursuing value and emerging opportunities has led him to explore nearly every corner of the investing world.
Before joining CPF as a founding team member, Matthew Doyle served as the senior portfolio manager for the Greenwich Options Fund (as part of a ~$1B AUM Fund of Funds), where he managed and maintained profit and loss responsibility on a roughly $200 million (AUM) portfolio of US-listed derivatives. Doyle later took on a role as the co-founder and managing member of Van Buren Securities, a national proprietary trading firm that encompassed over 250 professional traders and market makers.
Over the course of his career, Matthew Doyle has invested across all asset classes, from public equities and debt to derivatives, commodities, currencies, real estate, private equity, and assets in the currently-evolving blockchain and cryptocurrency markets. Doyle previously stood as a full trading member of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, Philadelphia Stock Exchange, Pacific Stock Exchange, and Chicago Stock Exchange, as well as the founding managing member of several US broker-dealers. He also previously served as a founding member of El Nino Rey Charities in Chicago.
In his current role as Chicago Pacific Founders Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Head of Investor Relations, Matthew Doyle oversees Fundraising, Fund Operations, Investor Relations, Human Resources, Facility Management, Strategy and New Initiatives, and Financial and Compliance Oversight. Doyle also sits on CPF’s Investment and Valuation Committees and is a member of the firm’s strategic Advisory Board and Limited Partner Advisory Committee.
Beyond CPF, Matthew Doyle is a member of the Healthcare Private Equity Association (HCPEA), the Health Care Council of Chicago (HC3), the Illinois Venture Capital Association (IVCA), and the Private Equity CFO Association (PECFOA). He earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Loras College and his MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management.