Benjamin Stahl, CFA

  • Specializes in stock surveillance
  • Joined Innisfree in 2014
  • Previously at Leeb Capital Management and Factset Research Systems focusing on large cap equities
  • Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Colgate University, CFA® charterholder

Benjamin Grossman, CFA

  • Specializes in stock surveillance
  • Joined Innisfree in 2012
  • Previously at Thomson Reuters focusing on stock surveillance of REITs and other real estate companies
  • B.S. in Management, Finance & Accounting, Tulane University, and CFA® Charterholder

Tyler Long

  • Specializes in stock surveillance
  • Joined Innisfree in 2011
  • Previously at Davenport & Company focusing on equity research in aerospace & defense sectors
  • B.S.B.A. with a concentration in Finance, University of Richmond

Fredrik Andersson

  • Specializes in stock surveillance
  • Joined Innisfree in 2007
  • Previously at Gabelli Funds as a Registered Representative working in client relations
  • B. S. in Political Science, New York University
  • Kandidatexamen (Bachelor’s degree equivalent) in Economic History, Lund University, Sweden

Jason Moss

  • Specializes in stock surveillance
  • Joined Innisfree in 1998
  • B.A. in Economics, Columbia University

Lloyd A. Lefcourt

Lloyd Lefcourt is a Director of Innisfree M&A Incorporated and head of the Bank Services Department.  Mr. Lefcourt specializes in shareholder composition analysis and the preparation of vote or tender projections and in the identification of shareholder votes or tenders through bank and broker custodians.  He is expert in back-office procedures and coordinates with custodians to facilitate and ensure the valid execution of votes or tender instructions by beneficial holders, particularly in contested situations.

Mr. Lefcourt joined Innisfree at its inception. He earned a B.A. in Political Science from State University of New York at Albany.

Larry W. Miller

Larry W. Miller is a Managing Director of Innisfree M&A Incorporated. Mr. Miller focuses on providing strategic advice in M&A transactions, proxy contests, and annual and special shareholder meetings, and also counsels clients on compensation and corporate governance issues. Notable activist/takeover situations he has worked on include: the successful defense of Automatic Data Processing (ADP) against the proxy contest by Pershing Square Capital Management; the successful acquisition of Rice Energy by EQT Corporation, opposed by JANA Partners; the successful defense of General Motors against the proxy contest by Greenlight Capital; the successful merger vote at Samsung C&T over the opposition of Elliott Associates; the successful defense at Aspen Insurance against the unsolicited tender offer and accompanying solicitation of calls for special meetings by Endurance Specialty Holdings; opposition to the consent solicitation at SandRidge Energy by TPG-Axon; the successful defense at Oshkosh Corporation against a proxy contest and unsolicited tender offer by Carl Icahn; and Airgas’s successful defense against the unsolicited bid by Air Products.

Prior to joining Innisfree, Mr. Miller was a litigator with Cravath, Swaine & Moore representing both issuers and dissidents in proxy contests and M&A transactions. After Cravath, Mr. Miller served as a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Palau.

Mr. Miller earned a B.A. in philosophy, magna cum laude, from Amherst College, and a J.D., cum laude, from the New York University of School of Law, where he was the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Annual Survey of American Law.

Jonathan Salzberger

Jonathan E. Salzberger is a Senior Director of Innisfree M&A Incorporated. Mr. Salzberger advises companies and investors on shareholder activism, proxy solicitation, corporate governance issues, and shareholder engagement, with an emphasis on merger solicitations and proxy contests.

Prior to joining Innisfree, Mr. Salzberger was a mergers and acquisitions attorney with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, where he represented clients in hostile and friendly, domestic and cross-border transactions.

Mr. Salzberger earned B.A. degrees in Economics and History, summa cum laude, from New York University, and a J.D. from the New York University School of Law, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the NYU Journal of Law and Business.

Frank Lentini

Frank Lentini is a Director of Innisfree M&A Incorporated and head of the Broker Services Department.  Mr. Lentini specializes in shareholder composition analysis and the preparation of vote or tender projections, and in the identification of shareholder votes or tenders through bank and broker custodians.  He is expert in back-office procedures and coordinates with custodians to facilitate and ensure the valid execution of votes or tender instructions by beneficial holders, particularly in contested situations.

Mr. Lentini joined Innisfree at its inception. He earned a B.S. in Computer Science from St. John’s University.