Jay Linde, Senior Managing Director of The Alberleen Group, joins Fluxus LLC Advisory Board bringing significant financing and business development expertise.
Jay Linde is a Senior Managing Director at The Alberleen Group responsible for assisting in the expansion of the Investment Banking business and management of the diversified industrials and Asia advisory practices. He has over 25 years of banking experience focused on providing capital markets and M&A advisory services to a diverse client base. Over the course of his career, Mr. Linde has raised in excess of $14 billion and has executed M&A transactions with an aggregate value that exceeds $3.5 billion. Mr. Linde’s industry expertise includes steel, metals, mining, building materials, and diverse manufacturing.
Commenting on his addition to the Fluxus Advisory Board, Mr. Linde noted:
“The global need for affordable housing has never been greater. I believe this is a global challenge that requires innovation by forward thinking, globally oriented companies like Fluxus. Fluxus offers a unique, comprehensive and flexible solution. I am excited to join the Fluxus team at this exciting time and look forward to contributing to the Company’s continued growth and expansion.”
Mr. Linde previously was the Head of Investment Banking at Glocap Advisors and has held senior roles at Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase. While at JP Morgan, Mr. Linde established the North American building materials practice. Mr. Linde holds an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business and a BS/BA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Business. Jay Linde is a registered representative of, and The Alberleen Group is a division of, Axiom Capital Management, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC .
About Fluxus LLC
Founded in 2013 in New York, Fluxus LLC is a construction technology company and impact enterprise, committed to providing affordable, energy-efficient and aesthetic smart home solutions for low-to-middle-income communities by leveraging innovations in smart city technologies, sustainable building materials, intelligent design, industrialization and digitalization of construction.
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