George is the founder and President of Rhodium Strategies LLC, a boutique advisory and consulting company working with emerging growth technology companies and the investors who support those companies.
Prior to founding Rhodium, George served as a Managing Director at the technology investment bank Collins Stewart (formerly C.E. Unterberg, Towbin) in New York City. At Collins Stewart, he ran private placements for emerging growth technology companies targeting the VC and PE community.
George Abraham co-founded the venture capital fund SAS Investors in 2000. SAS was exclusively backed by other VC funds including Rho Capital, Canaan Partners and Sevin Rosen Funds. At SAS he led investments in Tacit Networks (acquired by Packeteer); Textronics (acquired by Adidas); Hydroglobe (acquired by Graver Technologies); Protonex (LSE: PTX.L) and Reactive NanoTechnologies (acquired by Indium Corporation of America). He has over 20 years experience in private equity, venture capital, finance, M&A and entrepreneurial activities including starting and managing Ajax Capital Corporation, a family investment office with substantial private equity activities. While with Ajax, he led the acquisition and financing of the NHL's Winnipeg Jets and the team's relocation to Phoenix where they became the Phoenix Coyotes.
He currently sits of the Board of Planar Energy Devices, an advanced solid-state lithium battery company, and Tekserve Corporation, a leading Apple retailer and the largest independent Apple reseller.