Paul Deninger


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Paul Deninger bring 35 years of experience in advising companies on shareholder value creation, including how to leverage technology to achieve transformation and growth. In addition to his current role on the Resideo Board of Directors, where he chairs the Finance Committee and is a member of both the Audit Committee and the Innovation and Technology Committee, Deninger also serves on the boards of three other public companies.

Deninger was most recently a Senior Managing Director at, and subsequently a senior advisor to, Evercore, a highly reputed investment banking firm, where he advised leading technology companies on strategies for maximizing value. Prior to Evercore, he was a Vice Chairman at Jefferies, a global securities and investment banking firm, and CEO and Chairman of Broadview, which he grew to be the leading independent merger and acquisition advisory firm in the technology industry and later sold to Jefferies.

Deninger was previously a member of the US Treasury IPO Task Force that led to the 2012 JOBS Act, a member of the executive council of TechNet, a national network of technology CEOs and senior executives, and a panelist and 14-year attendee at the World Economic Forum at Davos.

He has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS from Boston College.

Additional qualifications:

  • Serves as a board member of Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), a global leader in storing, protecting, and managing information and assets, where he currently sits on the Finance, Compensation and Technology committees
  • Serves as a board member of EverQuote, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVER), a leading US online marketplace for consumer insurance, where he sits on the Audit and Compensation Committees
  • Serves as Vice Chairman of the board of Epiphany Technology Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: EPHY), a black check company seeking to acquire a leading company in the technology industry
  • Serves on the Presidential Advisory Council of the Berklee College of Music
  • Previously served on the boards of Netegrity, Inc. (NASDAQ: NETE), The Boston Globe, Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Match Charter Public School