George King, A.B., J.D.
J.D., Fordham University, School of Law
A.B., Colgate University (Cum Laude)
George King is Vice Chairman of North Sixth Group (NSG), a New York HQ family office holding company, where he also serves on the investment committee and is a Limited Partner (LP) investor. Mr. King is Vice Chairman & Chief Investment Officer of Fiducia Investors, LLC (NSG capital markets subsidiary). Mr. King is Vice Chair of Alumni Pros Global Sports (SportsTech); Executive Chair & Founder of Infrastructure Group, Inc. (global finance, technology & public service company); Co-Founding Board Member of NeoNetwork Development (5G & wireless telecom); and Trustee of Wagner College, New York City (since 1991). George is a graduate of Xavier High School (New York); Colgate University (cum laude) (Hamilton, New York); and Fordham University School of Law (Alumni Scholar & Editor-in-Chief of the Fordham Urban Law Journal) (New York). Mr. King is an internationally experienced executive, lawyer, and investment banker, having held or holding legal bar admissions in New York and New Jersey; Securities licenses Series 7 (general / “general securities representative”); Series 24 (management / “general securities principal”); and Series 63 (sales & state law / “uniform securities agent”). He is the author of two books and a law journal article on (a) securities law, Federal tax law in United States capital markets; and (b) Healthcare funding / tax analysis. Mr. King's experience includes the Americas, Europe, ME (GCC & Israel), & Asia.
George's capital markets experience includes 325+ capital closings of $20+ billion; advisory closings of $8+ billion; and executing two highly successful IPO's. George co-founded in 2015 a SEC regulated fund (FinTech investments). George's board positions include Chairman, Vice Chairman, Member, and Audit Committee Chair and member in four countries in North America and Europe. Since 2004, Mr. King has been a professor at Pompea College of Business of University of New Haven (West Haven, CT).
George's Wall Street career began with international law firm Mudge Rose Guthrie Alexander & Ferdon; followed by Vice President in global investment bank Credit Suisse. He then co-founded a SEC & FINRA regulated broker dealer Credit Suisse spin-off followed by a corporate & project finance firm with principal clients of the States of New York and Alaska. Following US telecom deregulation, Mr. King was founding board member and then co-founder of two Nasdaq listed publicly traded telecoms in 1997 and 2002; serving as Vice Chair, President, and CFO roles to IPO to successful M&A exits after attaining $144M and $65M in recurring revenue.
- MGMT 4450 Business Capstone
- MGMT 4512 Contemporary Issues in Business
- MGMT 4415 Multinational Management
- BUSA 4451 & MGMT 6670 ST: Leadership During COVID @ MBA & Undergraduate Cross Registration
- MGMT 3325 & MGMT 6625 Knowledge Management @ MBA & Undergraduate Cross Registration
- BUSA 1000 Business and Entrepreneurship
Published Intellectual Contributions
The NACUBO Guide to Higher Education Finance
National Association of College & University Business Officers (NACUBO) – 1992
(200 page guidebook for college and university Trustees, Presidents and Chief Financial Officers for accessing the capital markets.)
Guide to Municipal Securities: Disclosure and Tax Matters - 1990
(700 page guidebook to securities laws, disclosure documentation, continuing disclosure, and federal tax provisions covering all sectors of the market.)
Fordham Urban Law Journal, Fordham University School of Law - 1984
Editor - in - Chief of Volume XII of the law journal of Fordham University School of Law.
(24 articles and 1,100 pages of formal academic journal produced by outside authors and a Law Journal staff of fifty editors and authors.)
Tax - Exempt Financing and Federal Tax Law as a Component of Health Care Cost Containment
Fordham Urban Law Journal of Fordham University School of Law - 1983
(60 page formal academic journal research and analysis of the impact of tax - exempt financing on federal health care policy targeting cost containment through competition.)