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The Riverside Company—owner and steward to more than 100 companies located around the world—seeks a vice president to join its Boston-based credit arm. More details follow:
The Firm: Founded in 1988, Riverside Company sponsors buy-and-builds from 15 offices in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. Its more than 300 employees pursue deals in business services, consumer brands, education, healthcare, software, and specialty manufacturing.
Charlottesville, Virginia-based LBO specialist Harren Equity Partners wants to add associates and senior associates to its investment team as its raises a successor to its $275 million third fund, Private Equity Career News has learned.
In these roles you would divide your time between sourcing, executing and structuring new platforms. You’d also assist the portfolio support teams. Applicants should have one to five years of experience in private equity, investment banking, lending or consulting; both pre-MBA and post-MBA candidates will be considered, according to this Linkedin post.
Sharon Hwang has joined MSP Sports Capital as partner and chief operating officer, giving the start-up firm a stronger foundation with which to take minority and majority stakes in sports teams, leagues and companies.
Previously chief operating officer at the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Hwang joins Partner and CEO Jeff Moorad, a long-time sports agent in the NFL and MLB, and Partner and Chairman Jahm Najafi, a sports, media, technology, consumer and real estate investor who serves as vice chairman for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns.
Harvest Partners has brought aboard two partners to lead a platform designed to acquire mid-market companies operating in business and technology services.
Partners and Co-Heads of Harvest Partners Ascend are Bobby Kelly and Justin Lipton. Prior to joining the firm last month, Kelly served as a partner and co-founder of business information and tech-enabled services specialist CIP Capital, while Lipton served as the firm’s managing partner and co-founder.