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Jason DeYonker

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Jason DeYonker is an American businessman.[1][2]

Biography

Early life

He graduated from the University of Michigan, with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting.[1][2]

Career

He started his career at the Arthur Andersen Corporate Finance Group.[1][2] He then worked at Deloitte's Corporate Finance Group.[1][2]

He is the Managing Partner of Forté Management, specializing in financial business management, and the Founder and Managing Partner of Forté Capital Advisors, a private equity firm.[1][2] From 1998 to 2002, he managed Erik Prince's financial portfolio.[3][4][5] He led the buyout of Xe Services (formerly known as Blackwater), now known as Academi.[1][2][3][4][6] He helped expand the United States Training Center of Academi in Moyock, North Carolina and negotiated its first training contracts with the United States federal government.[7] He sits on its board of directors as well as Box Services, The Wall Group, Inc., L'Wren Scott Fashion, and Serge Normant Professional.[1][2]

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