Aaron Linnebach

Managing Director

Connect:

aaron.linnebach@raincatcher.com

About:

Aaron Linnebach is the Managing Director for Raincatcher, responsible for leading our regional efforts to help family, founder and entrepreneur-led businesses navigate the complexity of selling or recapitalizing their business. A seasoned investment banker with nearly $1.0 billion in transactions closed and a passion for entrepreneurs, Aaron leverages his deep deal experience to bring a middle market investment banking level of service and expertise to clients historically underserved by traditional business brokers or lower middle market investment banks.

Prior to joining Raincatcher, Aaron co-founded the investment bank of the largest CPA firm in Colorado, serving in that capacity through its sale to a national firm. Previously, he served as Vice President for a regional investment bank in CO, and earlier in his career, worked with global financial institutions as a consultant with Deloitte & Touche LLP and as the Director of Finance for a large mental health provider Arizona. He holds an active Colorado CPA license and FINRA Series 79, 63 and 24 licenses.

Personal:

Born and raised in North Idaho, Aaron and his family moved to Denver, Colorado in 2010 in search of a bigger firm from which to learn and a larger market with more opportunities to help business owners and executives execute on their key strategic priorities. Outside of the office, Aaron and his family take advantage of every chance they can get to explore and experience the adventures that Colorado and the Rocky Mountain have to offer and visit new places across the country and the world.

Favorite part of working at Raincatcher:

My heart has always been for supporting the entrepreneurs and families who have had the courage to take a risk and cut their own path in business. It truly is a privilege and honor to be a part of their story, and I love being able to help them strategize and execute to maximize their potential and advocate for them when the time comes to find a new home for the companies they’ve created and the people who’ve helped them get there.
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