Steven Trowern

Steven Trowern

Partner, MCM Capital Partners, LLC

Bethesda, United States

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  • Today
    2017
    2007

    Partner

    MCM Capital Partners, LLC

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About him

As one of three Managing Partners of MCM Capital Partners, LLC, headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Steve Trowern steers the firm’s portfolio management and directs investment strategies. One of the top residential whole loan mortgage investors in the United States, MCM has purchased nearly $2 billion in mortgages and acts as an advisor, manager, and technology provider. Recognized for his expertise, Steven Trowern frequently participates in policy-centered forums and panels and contributes articles to industry publications.

For FrumForum.com, a political forum run by noted writer and political analyst David Frum, Steven Trowern has written on such topics as the housing glut, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac. He also has penned widely circulated white papers, including a position paper on stabilizing home values. In this article, Mr. Trowern presented a proposal to stabilize housing prices and reduce default rates, explaining how the solution could assist lenders, government agencies, other guarantors of mortgages, and securitization trusts.

Prior to joining MCM in 2007, Steve Trowern accepted a position as Vice President of Investment Banking for Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in New York City. In this capacity, he provided advice on the world’s largest wireless deal in 1999 and the largest single corporate takeover to date. He also led recruiting efforts at the University of Michigan and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. In other employment, he served as co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of Fuse Products, Inc., in San Francisco, which closed in 2001 due to the changing market.

At the University of Michigan, Steven Trowern formulated his own major, earning a Bachelor of Arts in International Trade and Finance and studying abroad at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He completed a Master of Management at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, also fulfilling coursework at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago. A founding member of the 1601 Fund, which provides tuition scholarships for individuals from disadvantage areas of Detroit, Steve Trowern also sits on the Steering Committee of New Endeavors by Women, which aids women at risk of losing their home or those already without shelter. In addition, he serves on the Executive Committee of The Hope for Gus Foundation, which raises awareness of and supports research on Duchenne muscular dystrophy.