Henry (“Huck”) O’Connor is a founder and General Partner of Multiplier Capital, a private debt fund family with $1B under management that makes loans to expansion-stage technology companies.

He has over thirty years of transactional experience and has raised over $18 billion in debt and equity capital for large and small public and private companies. Prior to founding Multiplier, he was a Managing Director for ORIX’s growth lending business with responsibility for the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. and western Europe. Prior to this, he worked in the media and telecommunications investment banking groups of CIBC World Markets, Banc of America Securities and Salomon Smith Barney. Prior to investment banking, he was an attorney, most recently with Latham and Watkins.

Mr. O’Connor serves as Finance Chair on the Board of Trustees of The SEED School of Washington, a public charter boarding school that serves at-risk youth in Washington, DC, and on the Cornell University Council. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Springworks Farms, a for-profit aquaponics farm in Maine. He is the past Chairman of the Board of Starlight Children’s Foundation, Mid-Atlantic. Mr. O’Connor received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his BA degree, with distinction, from Cornell University. He lives in Oxford, MD with his wife and four children, and enjoys surfing, hunting, cooking and coaching youth ice hockey.