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15 September 2016

Flynn resurfaces at Tyton Partners

Rich Flynn, who stepped down from his position as president of Apollo Education Ventures in April, has joined Tyton Partners as managing director.

Author: Thierry Heles, editor

Rich Flynn, formerly president of educational institutions provider Apollo Education Group's corporate venturing unit, has joined advisory firm Tyton Partners as managing director focused on investment banking.

Flynn had served as president of Apollo Education Ventures since its inception in 2014, and was head of US corporate development at Apollo Education Group from 2010 until his departure in April this year.

Apollo Education Group owns institutions such as Phoenix University, Western International University and College for Financial Planning.

Prior to joining Apollo, Flynn had spent seven years as managing director and head of investment banking at middle-market advisory firm Stout Risius Rose. He had previously been a managing director at investment bank ABN Amro and general partner at venture capital firm Blue Star Ventures.

Flynn said: "I am excited to be joining the Tyton team. I was fortunate to work with Tyton on several transactions during my time at Apollo Education Group, where I experienced firsthand the depth of their industry knowledge, creative thinking and the high quality of their advisory capabilities.

"Tyton has established a unique platform within the global knowledge and human capital management space that I am happy to be joining."

– Image courtesy of LinkedIn. This article first appeared on our sister site Global Corporate Venturing.

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