Arthur is a New York-based entrepreneur and investor. Arthur has a vast experience in technology and investment banking. Arthur has worked for many companies in the finance industry in the U.S. Currently; he works for Madison Partners LLC. as a managing member. Madison Partners is a well-established company with professionals in banking and real estate. Madison Partners mainly specializes in identifying investment opportunities in biotechnology and real estate.
Arthur started his journey in the investment industry in 1988, when he joined Bear Stearns. In 1991, he acceded to be the chairman of directors at ProGroup Inc. In 1994, he oversaw the sale of the company. ProGroup Company was responsible for the management of three brands: Hotz, Arnold Palmer, and Duckster.
In 1994, Arthur decided to start his company and founded Bnox. Arthur acted as the president of the business and dealt with developing products for use in the camera market. Bnox sold its products through CVS, T-Max among other retailers.
According to his Angel.co profile, Becker later founded Advance Patners LLC. It was a consultancy company that helped investors in the United States acquire businesses based in the United Kingdom. Advance Partners is well known by advising on the purchase of National Car Park by Cendant Corporation. The deal was worth 1.1 billion GBP.
In 2011, Arthur in partnership with a fellow financial partner founded Atlantic Investors. This is what formed his basis, and since the market was fast changing, he had to change his working formula. In the years that followed, it took over three data companies. The well-known company was NaviSite which offered services in the US and UK especially Internet technology services. Arthur served as the CEO, and the company grew rapidly over the eight years under his leadership.
In the same year, he decided to sell the company to Time Warner. Arthur was appointed as the chairman and CEO of Zinio, LLC. the position he held from 2012 to 2015. It was after that when he decided to start investing privately through the Madison Partners.
The key to Arthur’s success is flexibility in strategy, being intelligent, and listening to colleagues.