Daily News: April 19, 2019

Tanenbaum Rejoins GA Global Partners as President


Jeff Tanenbaum rejoined asset disposition solutions provider GA Global Partners as president. He will be based in the firm’s headquarters in Calabasas, CA.

Tanenbaum brings more than 30 years of leadership and experience crafting and implementing hundreds of successful disposition solutions for a broad range of commercial and industrial equipment, wholesale inventories, real property and complete enterprises. In his new role, he will lead the firm’s global resources, with a primary focus on organizational growth, developing new market initiatives, establishing key strategic partnerships, and driving creative solutions to complex projects.

“It’s not often you have the opportunity to reconnect and partner with someone you have a 30-year history with in the business,” said Adam Alexander, CEO of GA Global. “Jeff and I have a long track record for successful collaborations over the span of our respective careers. The ability to put that same synergy to work on a daily basis is a tremendous benefit to our group.”

Tanenbaum joins from Tiger Capital Group where he served as executive managing director. He previously ran a boutique auction firm specializing in production and technology assets. Tanenbaum began his career as the first employee of Great American Auctioneers & Liquidators, the predecessor to Great American Group, where he served as executive vice president until 1994. Tanenbaum holds a CAI designation from the National Auctioneers Association and serves as the secretary of the Industrial Auctioneers Association.

“While the firm has grown exponentially over the years, I return to GA Global with tremendous pride,” said Tanenbaum. “I am thrilled to once again work with the many professionals throughout the organization and its affiliated companies to help deliver unique and creative solutions and a high-level of deal sophistication to distressed wholesale and industrial companies around the globe.”