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Brian Mulligan’s Very Brilliant Resume

Brian Mulligan has quite an interesting resume that speaks volumes about his creativity, capability and leadership. He has taken on enormous motion picture and television companies, consulting firms and those that are designated Fortune 50, the private equity industry, served as Board of Directors for both Cineplex Entertainment and Universal Cinema International and even that of an author.

After graduating from the University of Southern California and earning a Business Administration degree, he next went to work on getting his Masters from UCLA’s John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management. In 1983, the young graduate found employment with Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) and within a few years, he rose to a senior manager. After this he headed to MCA, Inc., where he managed the company’s budget and financial reports and soon he was promoted as Executive Vice President.

In 2009 Brian C. Mulligan joined the firm called Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. as Managing Director and Vice Chairman in their Media and Telecommunications Investment Banking group division. For this banking giant that was established in 1872 in the U.S., he served for four years while enhancing banking relationships and investments. Prior to being responsible for the daily operations of Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., Mulligan secured the position of Chairman for the Brooknol Advisors, LLC, a La Canada, California based investment company in the entertainment and media industry. Here Mulligan concentrated on a vision to ensure the best route that Brooknol Advisors should head towards the future. Before he influenced Brooknol’s decisions, he accepted a position at the New York City based Cerberus Capital Management as a senior executive with a focus on the private investment world.

Since Brian Mulligan played high school football using bold quarterback techniques, it was not surprising to find out that he also writes various articles about sports. In one recent article (Volunteering is the best way into sports business), he takes a realistic look at how individuals can get into this industry, while coping with long hours and often hurt egos. Mulligan also writes his own amusing blog in which he recalls stories from meeting John McEnroe to how his late father still influences him.

Mr. Mulligan has had a brilliant career which has lasted more than 30 years. He has taken on leadership positions in areas of the entertainment and media industry with experience that enhances any company that he leads.