Rodrick O. McMahon
Prior to forming MCA, Rod was Managing Director of Schneider Downs Corporate Finance, a middle market investment banking firm, located in Pittsburgh, PA.. Prior to joining Schneider Downs Corporate Finance, he was with The Breckenridge Group, Inc. of Atlanta, GA, a middle market investment banking firm. Rod's investment banking expertise includes mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and the private placement of debt and equity. Prior to joining The Breckenridge Group, Rod was with Richards Investment Capital of Atlanta, GA, a $30 million private equity fund specializing in leveraged buyouts of middle-market companies. Rod has been involved in the successful completion of middle-market transactions representing approximately $420 million in transaction value.
B.A. Economics; B.A. Music - Bucknell University
Association for Corporate Growth
Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association
Thomas H. "Toby" O'Brien Jr.
Thomas H. "Toby" O'Brien Jr. is currently President and majority shareholder of Heritage Harley-Davidson, one of Pennsylvania's largest Harley-Davidson dealers, located in West Mifflin, Pa.
Prior to his acquisition of Heritage in June 2004, he was a Vice President in the Buyout Capital Group at PNC Equity Management Corp/PNC Equity Partners where he spent approximately 10 years analyzing, structuring and negotiating lead investor buyouts in the middle market.
Prior to joining PNC Equity Partners, Toby was a senior consultant at Ernst & Young LLP, specializing in valuations of privately-held businesses, and an investment analyst at Westinghouse Credit Corporation in the merchant banking and real estate groups.
Toby is currently a director of Porcelain Industries, Inc. of Nashville, TN and formerly a director of Accubuilt, Inc. (Lima, OH), Cavert Wire Company, Inc. (Uniontown, PA), Hacienda Mexican Restaurants (South Bend, IN), and M&R Marking Systems, Inc. (Piscataway, NJ).
Toby received a B.S. from Boston College in 1987 and an M.B.A. from Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh in 1991.