Daniel Rindsberg is an attorney-turned-entrepreneur, investor and merchant banker, who brings strategic foresight and legal acumen to businesses in specialty finance and financial technology.
Prior to founding Greendoor Partners, Daniel was Managing Director of Oakville Capital Advisors where he advised specialty finance companies, handling all facets of a deal from gestation through closing and beyond. At Oakville, Daniel originated, arranged, negotiated and structured unique and off-the-run asset-based finance, debt and M&A transactions representing more than $250 million in the aggregate.
Daniel also co-founded WhyNotLeaseIt (now known as Tempoe), a tech-driven specialty consumer finance company that offers retailers and their credit-challenged customers a seamless financing option at the point of sale. As director of capital markets, Daniel arranged all the company's equity and debt financing, and led the company to an exit that realized a 20 times return on equity in less than three years. In addition, he launched and managed the Golden Mountain Credit Fund, a family office–sponsored credit opportunity fund.
Before entering the world of specialty finance, Daniel practiced corporate and securities law at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, a premier, full-service law firm headquartered in New York City, where he represented companies and investors in private placements and public offerings of both equity and debt, mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, restructurings and other corporate transactions, representing in excess of $2 billion in the aggregate. Daniel started his career as a tax accountant with Arthur Andersen LLP in New York City.
He holds a Juris Doctor degree magna cum laude from Brooklyn Law School and a Bachelor of Science degree with highest honors in Accounting from City University of New York’s College of Staten Island.