Greg Milano is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Fortuna Advisors. Fortuna Advisors is the newest and most advanced shareholder value advisor, employing state of the art analyses that are clear and understandable in order to assist clients in driving their company’s value higher. He brings a highly successful track record for assisting clients in creating value, even in tough business environments, and has the unique experience of having advisied clients with the industry’s two primary ideologies: EVA and HOLT. Most recently, Mr. Milano was a Managing Director at Credit Suisse, Co-Head of the Investment Banking Department's Strategic Finance Group in the Americas and Head of Buyside Insights Group in the Americas, which provided the Bank's clients with strategic insights using HOLT, a proprietary value-based framework. Mr. Milano covered the energy and technology industries and advised executives at over 100 clients on market expectations and the implications for the development and valuation of corporate strategic initiatives including M&A, capital deployment and equity financings. Prior to joining Credit Suisse in 2004, Mr. Milano spent 11 years at Stern Stewart & Co., a general management consulting firm focused on shareholder value applications using EVA®, where he most recently was a partner and president of the North America Division. Mr. Milano also founded and managed Stern Stewart Europe, developed and managed over 150 client relationships for companies in a wide range of industries and managed over $50 million in consulting project revenue. Mr. Milano began his career at the Grumman Aerospace Corporation where he began as a flight control system design engineer and then spent two years in the corporate business analysis group. Mr. Milano has been published in the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, The Sunday Times, Sunday Business, Financial Director and the Financial Times, and has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg and Sky Business News. He holds a BS in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from New York University.