Jonathan  Doorley
As the M&A landscape becomes increasingly global and complex, Boards and CEOs are recognizing that more thoughtful and substantive engagement with key financial, government and social stakeholders is critical to getting deals done.

Jonathan Doorley


Jonathan is a Partner based in Brunswick's New York office.

Mr. Doorley specializes in advising clients across a broad range of industries on critical issues that affect corporate reputation, valuation and the ability to achieve business objectives. In addition to advising on more than $400 billion of completed M&A transactions, he counsels senior management teams and Boards of Directors on shareholder activist engagement, special committee assignments and other financial situations.

Prior to joining Brunswick, Mr. Doorley was a Partner and member of the Management Committee at Sard Verbinnen & Co, originally based in New York before moving to London to establish and operate that firm's first office outside of the United States. He previously worked at Morgan Stanley in New York.

He currently serves on the Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Roundtable Advisory Council and the New York Public Library’s Business Leadership Council, and is an Advisory Board member at the Partnership for Inner-City Education. He previously served on the Communications Committee of the FDNY Foundation.

He holds an M.B.A. from The University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and a B.A. from Wake Forest University.