Eugene Song is a co-founder and managing partner of Madison Bay Capital Partners and has over 16 years of private equity and corporate finance experience. Previously, he was an investor for approximately nine years at W Capital Partners, a PE firm managing over $1.7 billion. While at W Capital, Song was involved in all aspects of the investment and portfolio management process and held board seats at BigFix (acquired by IBM), CompBenefits Corporation (acquired by Humana), Courion Corp, MarketTools (acquired by TPG/SurveyMonkey), Outlast Technologies (acquired by Coors), Three-Dog Bakery, Tremor Video (IPO), and ZNYX Networks, among many others.
Previously, Song was an investor at Stone Point Capital, a PE firm managing over $13 billion. Song began his career at Lehman Brothers (M&A) and also worked at Hewlett-Packard (finance and strategic investments).
Song holds an Engineering degree from Princeton University and a master’s with dean’s list honors from Columbia Business School. He is also a Kauffman Fellow.