Timothy Conway (executive)

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Timothy J. Conway
Alma mater Fairfield University B.A.
University of Connecticut, MBA
Years active2004
EmployerNewStar Financial

Timothy "Tim" J. Conway is an American businessman and the founder, chairman and CEO of the NewStar Financial. [1]



Conway founded NewStar Financial in June 2004 and has been its Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President since September 2006. From 1996 to 2002, Conway managed Corporate Finance and Capital Markets for FleetBoston Financial. Prior to joining Fleet, Tim spent 10 years as a Managing Director at Citicorp in New York.[ citation needed ]


Conway received his bachelor's degree from Fairfield University in 1976 and MBA from the University of Connecticut.

Personal life

Conway and wife, Kathyrn, live in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a member of the board of trustees at Fairfield University. Conway Field at Rafferty Stadium on the campus of Fairfield University is named in recognition of Conway's contributions to the University.

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  1. "BloombergBusiness Executive Profile: Timothy J. Conway". bloomberg.com. BloombergBusiness. Retrieved April 21, 2016.