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Charles Larkin Joins Turing Technology’s Board of Directors

By CIOReview | Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Larkin's experience was predominantly in private equity, including his position as Founding Partner of Webster Capital.

FREMONT, CA: Turing Technology, a technology, and intellectual property firm, recently announced that Charles Larkin has joined the Turing Board of Directors. Vadim Fishman, CEO, and co-founder, Turing, stated, "Charles has been involved with Turing since 2018, and over the past year has increased his engagement to the point where a Board seat was the natural next step. He is smart, strategic, and analytical, but it is his wealth of expertise in assisting entrepreneurial ventures in reaching their full potential that I expect to be his greatest contribution to our firm."

Larkin stated, "Turing's highly disruptive and defensible mathematical processes are going to change investment management much like what happened with the advent of mutual funds and ETFs. I am excited to be part of this venture, and to have a seat at the table as the investment industry takes the next step forward."

Larkin's experience was predominantly in private equity, including his position as Founding Partner of Webster Capital. This top-performing late-stage private equity company effectively raised and spent 800 million dollars over his 16-year commitment. Since stepping back from Webster Capital in 2017, he has invested his time as an executive mentor and strategy consultant for asset management and non-profit companies, and more recently, he has been very involved in Corporate Leadership for Tomorrow, where he serves as a professional teacher and coach for underrepresented minorities engaged in alternative asset professions.

"Turing is accelerating forward as a firm, and adding the type of business acumen and strategic insight that Charles brings will be a serious benefit to Turing as we navigate the inevitable challenges that comes from aggressive organizational growth," added Alexey Panchekha, President, Chief Scientist and co-founder, Turing.