Nat Burgess is President of Corum Group. He has a track record of successful M&A deals with Microsoft, Google, Intel, Symantec, BMC, Fiserv, and many others, all driven by strategic technology, as well as extensive experience putting deals together with private equity firms. In addition to his M&A work, Nat is admitted to the Washington State Bar, and is an active angel investor in the software and Internet communities.
Prior to joining Corum in 1996, Nat worked as an analyst in the Strategic Development Division of Morgan Stanley’s M&A group, focusing on cross-border acquisitions of U.S. and European companies by Japanese firms, and on financings by large Japanese public companies. Nat then moved to Morgan Stanley’s Tokyo office, where he reported directly to the President of Morgan Stanley, Japan Ltd. and focused exclusively on cross-border M&A. During law school, Nat interned for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Enforcement Division, and worked as the director of online business development for Activision. Nat also co-founded Postcard Software, an early Internet company that linked screen savers and web sites.