LARISSA E. WALL
Director of Finance
Larissa E. Wall is the Director of Finance at Arctos Sports Partners. Ms. Wall is responsible for the accounting, related reporting, and other financial aspects involving the firm, related funds, and affiliates.
Prior to joining Arctos, Ms. Wall spent over five years at Fortress Investment Group (Fortress), a premier, highly diversified global investment manager as Vice President. While at Fortress, Ms. Wall led an accounting team focused on the finance and reporting functions for multiple private equity style credit funds, which included opportunistic investments in commercial real estate and real estate-related assets, as well as undervalued assets with long dated cash flows. Outside of her primary finance responsibilities, Ms. Wall conceptualized and helped direct multiple annual Dallas office community outreach projects. These projects included providing 175 meals to children during the summer when they may not otherwise receive one and volunteering at a Dallas food pantry with a mission of getting nutritious food into the hands of our low-income neighbors through its distribution network and in-house pantry.
Prior to joining Fortress, Ms. Wall was a Senior Associate at Texas Pacific Group (TPG), a leading global private investment firm, where she spent over four years. She was responsible for revenue accounting for all business units, prepared revenue budgets and reforecasts, and was instrumental in continuous process improvement initiatives throughout her tenure at TPG. Ms. Wall also co-founded TPG Professional Women’s Network, which focused on promoting professional development through events aimed at connecting people and sharing knowledge.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Wall worked for Ernst & Young in New York, serving clients in the financial services industry, with a primary focus on private equity and hedge funds.
Ms. Wall graduated from Texas A&M University with distinction, where she received a BBA in Accounting and a MS in Finance, and she is a Certified Public Accountant.