Matt Rainwater has stepped down from his post as director of business development at Hidden Harbor Capital Partners to launch his own outsourced business development firm. His first client: Hidden Harbor Capital Partners.
Rainwater’s new firm, Pineland Capital Partners, will specialize in add-on deal sourcing for private equity firms, according to a Linkedin post. Industries of expertise, according to the firm’s Web site, include industrials, business services, consumer and healthcare.
It has been a year of rapid expansion for technology investment shop Recognize, launched in early 2020 by former Clayton, Dubilier & Rice executive David Wasserman, former president of Oracle CorpCharles Phillips and others.
During that time the New York City-based firm has expanded its team to 16 members, according to a review of the Recognize team page. Among the most recent hires, Partner Mike Grady joined this November after serving as a managing director at business information and tech-enabled services specialist CIP Capital. Controller Patricia De Los Santos joined several months earlier after serving as an assurance senior manager at accounting firm Ernst & Young.
Terra Nova Solutions, an acquisitive, PE-backed environmental services company, intends to hire a full-time director of M&A to find, evaluate and help integrate target companies.
It’s a great opportunity for a seasoned business development professional or investment banker eager to do more than just source deals. You’ll be climbing aboard a platform company with an aggressive growth plan and led by a new management team hungry to deliver a great return for themselves and for backer Calvert Street Capital Partners. It’s also a chance to join a company doing some good for the planet.
Mercatus Inc, an innovative fintech offering an investment data management platform for the private markets, has launched a search for a senior director of sales.
You’d be joining a fast-growing company. In the wake of its acquisition by State Street Corp earlier this year, roughly 50-person Mercatus plans to double its headcount by adding junior and mid-level professionals to its all-remote workforce.