Nick Di Loreto is a Principal at BanyanGlobal. He has counseled client families in North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, working with them on an array of tasks including reviewing portfolio strategies, developing organizational capabilities, and planning for generational transitions. His expertise spans a broad range of industries including telecommunications, finance, energy, education, health services, and logistics. He also plays an active role in the financial management and planning efforts of the firm.
Nick was born and raised in the Midwest and was first exposed to family business in high school when he worked in his family’s medical technology business. This was his first experience of reporting, professionally, to his father, and he came to appreciate first-hand the tensions, the complexity, and the deep sense of accomplishment that can result from achieving business success with close family members.
He went East to college at Bucknell and immediately afterwards went to work at Accenture, where he helped launch products, manage client partner relationships, and conduct business development. After four years at Accenture, Nick attended the Yale School of Management, where he earned his MBA with Distinction, concentrating on finance and strategy. During that time, he also worked as an energy sector credit analyst for Standard and Poor’s.
Nick came East and never went back, thanks to his Boston-based wife. While he may not reside there, Nick remains a die-hard Detroit sports fan, much to the chagrin of many of his colleagues. He also is a self-proclaimed amateur chef, who enjoys sharing local fare with the families he works with around the globe.