About

Matt Young is a Managing Director at Triangle Capital Corporation (NYSE: TCAP) an investment company that manages over $1B of capital. He is responsible for all aspects of transaction origination, structuring, underwriting and deal execution. He has significant principal investing and transactional experience across asset categories including healthcare, manufacturing, information technology and real estate.

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Managing Director, Triangle Capital Corporation

Matt Young is a Managing Director at Triangle Capital Corporation (NYSE: TCAP) an investment company that manages over $1B of capital. He is responsible for all aspects of transaction origination, structuring, underwriting and deal execution. He has significant principal investing and transactional experience across asset categories including healthcare, manufacturing, information technology and real estate. Prior to joining TCAP in 2010, Matt’s career included positions at Cherokee Investment Partners, Oaklane Partners and The Advisory Board Company.

He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he earned a BA with distinction in Political Science. Additionally, he earned both a JD and an MBA from the University of Virginia where he was a member of the Raven Society. Mr. Young is a member of the North Carolina Bar.

Matt and his wife, Marilyn (Jordan) Young, are both natives of Raleigh. Since moving back to Raleigh in 2004, Matt has been very involved in the community both volunteering and serving on various non-profit boards. The Young’s have been actively involved at Church of the Apostles for over ten years. They have three children, Tucker ’24, Hannah ’26 and Virginia.

Matt’s heart for Trinity:

Prior to our children reaching school age, my wife and I struggled with how we would balance our desire for faith to be a part of our children’s education and to ensure that they received both a rigorous and unsheltered education. When we encountered Trinity our struggle was resolved. In Trinity, we found a place that not only achieves excellence in academics but also trains its pupils to think, speak, write and act independently – discovering and owning, for themselves, the ideas that will shape their lives. The fact that Trinity accomplishes all of this in a Christ-centered community makes the Trinity education ideal – and one that my wife and I believe will uniquely prepare our children for the spiritual, social and professional opportunities that await them.