Robert A. Shuey IIIBob Shuey co-founded Pegasus Funds as a private equity firm in 2004 with Brown Glenn. In mid 2009 they made a strategic move into Advisory on Mergers and Acquisitions, including Reverse Mergers.
Bob spent twenty-two years in Corporate Finance with Investment Banking Firms, starting at Salomon Brothers in New York in 1979, then Rauscher Pierce in Dallas in 1985. In the decade from 1991 to 2000 Bob provided freelance Investment Banking to a group of small Brokerage firms including Stonegate Securities, R G Dickenson, Dillon Gage, Centex Securities, National Securities, Tejas Securities, Redstone Securities and Institutional Equity. Bob’s experience in sourcing, managing and syndicating micro-cap offerings makes him uniquely qualified to advise companies on the Reverse Merger process.
During his career he served on the Board of Directors of twelve different companies, on the Board of Directors of the Regional Investment Bankers Association “RIBA” now know as The National Investment Bankers Association and on the Board of Trustees of the Greenhill School.
Bob is a graduate of Babson College, The Greenhill School and The Culver Military School’s Summer Naval Program.
W. Brown Glenn Jr.Brown Glenn has spent more than 24 years in corporate finance, investment banking, private equity and executive management. Prior to forming Pegasus, a private equity partnership with Bob Shuey, his professional career included fourteen years in New York as Vice President in the corporate finance and investment banking departments of Smith, Barney, Harris, Upham & Co., Merrill Lynch, and Senior Vice President of Eastbridge Capital and Asset Management. At Eastbridge, he was co-head of Corporate Finance. A majority interest in Eastbridge was ultimately sold to Nippon Credit Bank of Japan. Mr. Glenn joined Nippon Credit as Senior Vice President and co-head of New York Corporate Finance. As an investor and executive, he has been intimately involved in numerous public and privately-held businesses, serving in senior executive and Board positions with several publicly listed companies. Brown is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dennis Orsi, J.D., CPADennis Orsi has spent over thirty years in finance and management. He most recently controlled a regional manufacturing company based in Massachusetts. During his career, he has served as a Director of numerous public companies listed on either the NASDAQ or AMEX. In his early career, Mr. Orsi served as Senior Vice President and Treasurer of Ensign Bank, a $2 billion New York Savings Bank before being recruited to the corporate finance department of Kidder Peabody as Vice President and later joining Nippon Credit Bank’s U.S. Investment and Merchant banking subsidiary Eastbridge Capital and Asset Management as Senior Vice President and co-head of Corporate Finance.
BB TuleyMr. Tuley was formerly the Managing Partner of Emerging Businesses in the Dallas office of Arthur Young & Company. Mr. Tuley also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of East Texas Motor Freight Lines, Inc., a nation-wide motor freight company owned by Dallas financier and oilman H. R. “Bum” Bright. During his tenure with the Bright family, Mr. Tuley also participated in other acquisitions by the family, including two S&L’s and the Dallas Cowboys. Mr. Tuley later joined the family office of Sam and Charles Wyly, serving as President and Chief Executive Officer of Micheals Stores.
Since the mid 1990’s Mr. Tuley has acted as financial and operational advisor to many companies in diverse industries including manufacturing, wholesale, distribution and retail. He has served as interim CEO and CFO of several manufacturing companies and has advised and assisted several clients regarding financing, assets sales and acquisitions.
During his career, Mr. Tuley has served on many Boards of Directors of public companies, including Michaels, Sterling Software, USACafes, Refrigerated Transport and Silk Greenhouse.
Mr. Tuley is a graduate of Southern Methodist University with a BBA in Accounting and studied masters courses in management at the University of Dallas and Georgia State University. He is a certified public accountant, a member of the Texas Society of CPA’s and the American Institute of Accountants. He currently serves on the executive committee and the audit committee of the Board of Trustees of Texas A&M Research Foundation.
Peter B. Dauterman
Peter Dauterman, a native of Dallas, with thirty years experience in corporate finance, business development, marketing, and tax strategy for businesses and their owners. He is the founder or co-founder of three companies and has led the formation of more than 50 Reg. D private placements.
Peter has employed his entrepreneurial skills for Dallas-based companies as the founder in 1983 of Available Self Storage, Inc. and served as its President and CEO to 1991. In 1994 he was co-founder, EVP Business Development for Internet Global Services, Inc. until it was sold in 2000 to the public company NOVO Networks (now Berliner Communications). In 2002 he was founder, President, and CEO of Automated Pay Services.
He is a graduate of Texas Christian University’s Neely School of Business in Finance and Management, and The Green Hill School in Dallas.
His current community activities include volunteer service on the advisory Board of The Legacy Center for Public Policy, a non partisan public policy think tank and the Board and Executive Committee of the Lee Park and Arlington Hall Conservancy. He is a former member of the Board of Trustees and finance committee chair of The Green Hill School and recipient of the distinguished alumni award.
Thomas L. ShueyTommy Shuey joined Pegasus Funds in 2009 after graduation from Hofstra University's Zarb School of Business where he received a B.B.A. in Finance and Economics. He has previously held internships at Smith Barney and Paulson Investment Company.
Tommy is also an alumni of the Hofstra Division I Men’s Lacrosse team and is currently active with the Highland Park Lacrosse program where he coaches the junior varsity team, and helps manage the youth program.