cameron poetzscher - media coverage
Cameron Poetzscher’s strategic leadership and financial acumen have enabled him to create significant value for leading global corporations. During his long stint at Goldman Sachs, Cameron was responsible for leading prominent, strategically critical financial transactions, like Disney's $7.5 billion acquisition of Pixar and TCC's $11.4 billion acquisition of Fraser & Neave. As Vice President of Corporate Development at Uber, Poetzscher is internationally recognized for the strategic alliances, acquisitions and fundraising he has executed for the rapidly growing global transportation company.
Uber Said to Be in Funding Talks for More Than $10B Value
Uber Technologies Inc. is seeking to join the $10 billion-plus club.
The San Francisco-based startup, which makes a mobile application for car-service booking, is in talks to raise new financing in a round that may value it at more than $10 billion, according to people with knowledge of the situation. That would almost triple the company’s value from $3.5 billion last year when it garnered $258 million. Read More
May 16, 2014
Uber hires technology bankers as it takes the scenic route to an IPO
Uber is building up a small army of employees poached from investment bank Goldman Sachs as it drives, however slowly, toward its long awaited public offering on Wall Street. Reuters reports that the fast-growing ride-hailing startup has poached three "mid-level bankers" from Goldman Sachs in "recent months." Read More
Nov 25, 2015
Banks miss out as Chinese firms do DIY deal advice
Uber managed its side of the deal in-house, a person close to the U.S. company said, through Cameron Poetzscher, vice president of corporate development who spent nearly two decades at Goldman Sachs, and chief business officer Emil Michael. Read More
August 18, 2016