Leading an experienced group of financial and business consultants, Graham R. Taylor possesses more than three decades of high level financial and business experience. The recipient of two Bachelor’s degrees, Graham R. Taylor attended the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and UNSW’s Faculty of Law. Upon arriving in the United States, Mr. Taylor undertook studies at Yale Law School, where he completed his Master of Laws (LLM) in 1978. Upon receipt of this degree, Graham R. Taylor pursued his career in a number of law and consulting firms. He worked with Touche Ross & Co. as well as Pillsbury Winthrop, LLP; Freehill Hollingdale & Page; Coudert Brothers, LLP; Altheimer & Gray; Seyfarth Shaw LLP; and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP.
After many years as a legal and business professional, Graham R. Taylor provides private equity and also serves as a strategic international corporate advisor to high net worth individuals, corporations seeking to enter new market areas, and entrepreneurs looking for assistance with international expansion and venture capital. Creating business and investment structures that are “best of breed,” the professionals at Marquis Holdings Group support cutting-edge industry clients from the company offices in Sydney, Australia, and San Francisco, California. Serving a range of customers from telecommunications to renewable energy, Marquis provides business strategy to firms involved in pharmaceutical research, the Internet sector, software, and consumer products (including alcoholic beverage companies), as well as internationally outsourced manufacturing and distribution. Graham R. Taylor and his investment team aid clients in raising new capital, attaining marketing and sales goals, and strategic review as well as advising on international expansion strategies. Each situation is tailored to the client’s specific goals, and Marquis Holdings Group teams with other experienced professionals in a coordinated strategy to provide a complete service. One of his recent projects has been the creation of international nonprofit structures, or “new age” philanthropy, using venture capital for micro lending.