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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


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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


Cameron Poetzscher Lists The Top 3 Fintech Startups in Southeast Asia

Fintech is disrupting the global marketplace, drastically altering the way consumers conduct business. Technologies such as blockchain, peer-to-peer lending, and machine learning are catapulting Asia’s fintech industry to the top echelon of global leaders. Cameron Poetzscher highlights three Asian fintech companies to keep an eye on: in the Philippines, TookiTaki in Singapore and Dianrong in Shanghai. Read more 

May 16, 2018 


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Influential Duos - Supporting Each Other's Ambitions

Two powerhouses in the same office can be challenging, but what about in the same house? High profile couples such as Tej and Tara Lalvani, Cameron Poetzscher and Varsha Rao, Lisa and Brian Sugar and others are making it work. They're balancing successful careers, philanthropic work and family responsibilities, while protecting the love and respect they have for each other. Read more

May 17, 2018


5 Australians Making it Big in the United States

When you think of Rupert Murdoch you think of Fox News, 21st Century Fox and other US mega-media outlets, but you don’t think Australia. However, Murdoch heads a growing list of Australians, including Cameron Poetzscher, who have overcome the challenges of being in a foreign country to become leaders in their industries. Read more 

June 12, 2018


4 Ways to Bounce Back From a Startup Failure -- Even When the Outlook Looks Grim

Entrepreneurs don’t include failure in their strategic plan, but in actuality, most startups do experience serious failure, at least once. The important thing, as Cameron Poetzscher observes, is to look at every mistake or misstep as an opportunity to learn. Here is some sage advice from top entrepreneurs about how to build success on the foundation of failure. Read more 

June 18, 2018