Miriam DiwanLos Angeles Metropolitan Area, United States

Miriam Diwan is an accomplished investment professional with over a decade of experience in private equity and distressed investments. She currently serves as Director of Investor Relations at Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, a leading independent investment management firm with over $11 billion in assets under management. Miriam's expertise includes portfolio management, deal sourcing, restructuring, and financial analysis. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the same university.

Prior to her current role, Miriam was a Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Amzak Capital Management, where she managed a diversified investment portfolio across multiple asset classes. She also worked as a Senior Associate at Sun Capital Partners, a global private equity firm, and began her career as an Investment Banking Analyst with J.P. Morgan's Syndicated & Leveraged Finance group. Miriam has extensive experience in structuring and arranging financing for financial sponsors and corporations.

In addition to her professional accomplishments, Miriam is involved in various civic organizations and cultural institutions. She has served on the council of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), served as Co-Chair of the Junior League of Los Angeles' Fall Fundraiser, and worked as a docent at the J. Paul Getty Museum. She was also named a 2016 LA Woman of Influence by American City Business Journals.

investment professionalprivate equityportfolio managementfinancial analysisrestructuringdeal sourcinginvestment managementdirector of investor relationswharton schooluniversity of pennsylvaniajunior leaguej.p. morganamerican city business journals
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