Maurice Hernandez joined Accel-KKR in 2007, is a Vice President and operates from the firm's London office.
Maurice is involved with Accel-KKR’s investments in Clavis Insight, HighJump, Kerridge Commercial Systems, North Plains, and One.com. Maurice has also been involved in the firm’s past investments in Saber (sold to EDS in 2007 for $460 million), iTradeNetwork (sold to Roper Industries in 2010 for $525 million), The Endurance International Group (sold to a private equity consortium in 2011 for $1.0 billion) and Zinc Ahead (sold to Veeva Systems in 2015 for $130 million.)
Prior to joining Accel-KKR, Maurice was a member of Deutsche Bank’s Technology Mergers & Acquisitions group. While at Deutsche Bank, Maurice was involved in a variety of mergers, acquisitions, buyouts and leveraged financings in the software, technology-enabled services and Internet sectors. Maurice previously worked at Needham & Company, an investment bank focused on emerging growth companies. While at Needham, Maurice was involved in advising mid-market technology companies on mergers, acquisitions and capital raising.
Maurice received a B.S. in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University.