Ross Van der Linden Managing Director Ross Van der Linden is a Managing Director of Golub Capital, a market-leading, award-winning direct lender and credit asset manager, with over $45 billion of capital under management. Golub Capital partners with institutional investors and family offices, offering tailored solutions for investors’ credit asset strategies. The Firm specializes in delivering reliable, creative and compelling financing solutions to companies backed by private equity sponsors. Golub Capital has been a top 3 U.S. Middle Market Bookrunner each year from 2008 through Q4 2021 for senior secured loans of up to $500 million for leveraged buyouts. Golub Capital has been consistently recognized with industry awards, including Lender of the Year, Americas (Private Debt Investor, 2015, 2016, 2018; Mergers & Acquisition, 2016), Senior Lender of the Year, Americas (Private Debt Investor, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020) and Business Development Company of the Year, Americas (Private Debt Investor, 2015, 2016, 2017).
Mr. Van der Linden joined Golub Capital in 2013 and is a Managing Director in the Business Development group. He is responsible for managing existing and new client relationships across all investment offerings for the Firm. Prior to joining Golub Capital, Mr. Van der Linden worked at StormHarbour Securities, where he focused on M&A within the CLO and fund management sectors, and led the firm’s new issue CLO practice. Prior to this position, Mr. Van der Linden was a Director in the Financial Institutions and Structured Credit Products groups at Wells Fargo. While at Wells Fargo, Mr. Van der Linden was part of the team that focused on structuring, underwriting, marketing and origination for the CLO and Corporate Synthetic groups, as well as advised asset managers on strategic alternatives and divestiture opportunities. Prior to that, Mr. Van der Linden was a member of the Emerging Assets group in the Asset Securitization division at First Union Securities.
Mr. Van der Linden earned his BA degree in Economics from Washington and Lee University.