Founder and CEO, Morales Capital
Angel L. Morales
Angel Morales is Founder and CEO of Morales Capital, a single-family office that invests across asset classes, with a particular focus on private equity opportunities in mission-oriented companies managed by underrepresented groups. He has over 25 years of private equity experience and was formerly the co-head of BAML Capital Partners, the internal private equity group of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Morales previously served as Managing Partner of North Cove Partners, a firm he co-founded to manage and monetize Bank of America’s $6 billion private equity portfolio.
Morales has deep finance, governance and strategy experience as a Board member of leading publicly traded companies including Cano Health (CANO), the Hertz Corporation (HTZ), and Rexel S.A. (RXL.PA). Morales grew up in the South Bronx and has a strong commitment to education, serving as the Founding Chair of the Board of Trustees of Comp Sci High in his hometown. He also serves on the Board of Directors of NewSchools and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. He previously served as a Trustee of The Posse Foundation, the Oliver Scholars Program, and the Bronx Preparatory Charter School.
He earned his B.A. in Economics and his M.B.A. from Harvard University, Morales serves on the Harvard College Fund Executive Committee where he is Vice Chair of the Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Committee. Together with his wife, Morales established the Cassey & Angel Morales Inequality in America Postdoctoral Fellowship Fund to support Harvard students in the study of racial inequality. He lives in Miami with Cassey, his daughter Gabriela and his son Daniel.
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