Eric Holoman is the Operating Partner of Magic Johnson Enterprises and oversees the company's day-to-day operations of its largest portfolio companies including President and CEO of EquiTrust, Managing Partner of JLC Infrastructure and Managing Director of the award-winning television network, ASPIRE.
Mr. Holoman was previously President of Magic Johnson Enterprises. As such, he managed and directed the corporation's day-to-day operations including strategy, finance and business development and he oversees many of the organizations prestigious partnerships including those with Starbucks Coffee Company, and T.G.I.Friday's.
Mr. Holoman has expanded the organizations capital markets presence through partnerships with institutional money management firms Canyon Capital Realty Advisors and Yucaipa Partners. For example, he partners with Yucaipa to oversee and manage the Yucaipa Johnson Corporate Initiatives Fund which is in the latter stages of raising $750 million dollars. The fund is focused on strategic investments in companies located in, or focused on, serving America's urban markets.
Prior to joining the company, Mr. Holoman served as President of Holoman Food Services, Inc., overseeing the operation of multiunit fast food franchises in inner-city Los Angeles. He later worked for Bank of America, first as a Senior Investment Specialist and later as Vice President of High Net Worth Sales for the Private Bank. He went on to become Senior Vice President and Regional Sales Manager of Wells Fargo Bank's Private Client Services Division and concluded his career at Wells Fargo as head of the private mortgage bank in Los Angeles.
Mr. Holoman served on the Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System (LACERS) as its President. He also served on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Los Angeles Branch board of directors.
Mr. Holoman is a NASD Registered General Securities Principal, Municipal Principal, and Options Principal. He also is a Registered Investment Advisor.
Mr. Holoman has a BS in Finance from the University of Southern California and is a member of the Board of the Marshall School of Business.