Cory Spielberg, Founding Partner at Visionary Capital, is a full-time real estate and private equity professional with over 17 years of investment experience. Mr. Spielberg has assisted in placing over $5 million in equity investments over the last year along with small to middle market mergers and acquisitions of over $30 million. Mr. Spielberg assists in the on-going management of these businesses and works directly with the CEO of each company.
Mr. Spielberg was previously an Account Vice President and Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley and UBS Financial Services where he helped manage portfolio’s in excess of 140 million dollars for high net worth individuals. Mr. Spielberg is active in promoting the causes of several non-profit organizations in the area, serving on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers, Big Sisters since 2007 and he is the founder of the Alan Green Fund which donates money to several St Louis area charities. Mr. Spielberg is a native of St. Louis and a graduate of St. Louis University.
Joshua Corson, Founding Partner at Visionary Capital, has 15 years of experience in operations and has been instrumental in both developing real estate and and growing mid size businesses. After finalizing an $80 million mixed use real estate development in Clayton, MO., Mr. Corson started Visionary Capital. At Visionary Capital, Mr. Corson has participated in acquiring and overseeing the operations of 4 operating companies along with 6 financial investment companies. The operating companies have a combined yearly revenue in excess of $20 million. In addition, Mr. Corson has participated in the development and brokerage of over $150 million of real estate.
Mr. Corson is a member of the Missouri Bar with a JD from Washington University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science from Babson College. Mr. Corson is an officer on the Clayton, Missouri Chamber of Commerce and on the Clayton, Missouri Architecture Review Board. In addition, Mr. Corson is the Chair of the Building Committee for Covenant Place, a low-income senior housing facility which is in the process of an $80 million development.