My whole life I’ve been fascinated by technologies that enable us to live life more fully and sustainably. This fascination has lead me to a professional career of identifying these enabling technologies and helping them find viable and smooth landings from a business perspective. Beyond being passionate about technology, finance, and investing professionally, I also love tennis, reading, food, art, and being exposed to new experiences and ideas.
Mr. McCord currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Alumshares and has served in this capacity since its inception on August 16, 2017. Prior to Alumshares, Mr. McCord had held a number of Chief Financial Officer positions within fintech, biotech, private equity, agriculture, and real estate sectors. During his career, he has spearheaded multiple public capital raises, private placements, and debt restructurings. Mr. McCord also filed one of the first ever Regulation A+ offerings filed with the SEC the first day the rules went effective on June 19, 2015.
Prior to this, Mr. McCord spent several years at one of the world’s top four largest accounting firms, where he assisted CFOs and Audit Committees navigate IPOs, mergers, and ongoing SEC reporting and compliance. During this period, Mr. McCord was involved in various financial statement reporting projects including for a $7 billion endowment, and for a $2 billion acquisition of an automative parts business.
Mr. McCord holds a BS in Accounting & Financial Analysis from North Carolina State University where he graduated Valedictorian, and a MS in Accounting from the University of Virginia. He is a licensed CPA and Real Estate Broker in the state of North Carolina, where he remains in good standing.
Putting my own capital at risk and building companies from the ground up.
During this time, I held a number of Chief Financial Officer positions at growing businesses within the fintech, biotech, agriculture, and real estate sectors.
I started my career at one of the big four global accounting firms, which provided an opportunity to see how a variety of large, mature companies and institutions conducted their affairs.