Will Osborne

Will is the retired President of ACP Securities LLP, a full-service securities and asset management firm headquartered in Miami.  He began his career with Morgan Stanley, where he was Managing Director involved with mergers and acquisitions, and ran the Equity Capital Markets Department in NY and London.  He subsequently founded and led McKinley Capital Partners, a hedge fund and private equity manager in NYC.

Mr. Osborne is active in multiple philanthropic activities and serves as Vice Chairman of the New World Symphony, an orchestral academy founded by Michael Tilson Thomas to train accomplished young musicians in preparation for professional careers in classical music.  He is a trustee of the Yale University Art Gallery, the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. LA, and the Everglades Trust.  He and his wife Karen are avid art collectors. He received his BA in American Studies at Yale University, and his MBA at the Darden School at the University of Virginia, where he was a Raven Scholar.  He resides in Miami, Florida.