Chief Operating Officer
Alan Griffin has over 20 years’ experience as a Chief Financial Officer, most recently with the U.S. Russia Foundation since its inception in 2008 where he is responsible for administration, accounting, investment management and internal controls.
He served as CFO with the Baltic-American Enterprise Fund (BalAEF) from its inception in 1995 to its final sale in 2008. As CFO of BalAEF, Mr. Griffin implemented a growth and external capitalization strategy through the formation of commercial finance and residential mortgage subsidiaries, Hanseatic Capital and AmCredit. In aggregate, these businesses attracted $300 million in multilateral and private-sector financing, invested substantially in the Baltic economies as part of BalAEF, and subsequently were acquired by Arco Capital Corporation and Allied Irish Banks, plc.
Before joining BalAEF, he was a practicing CPA from 1990-1995 and an auditor for the Inspector General of the General Services Administration from 1988-2000. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland. He resides in Calvert County, MD with his wife and two daughters.