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Rudgers joins Stonington Capital Advisors

By Luisa Beltran Dan Rudgers has joined Stonington Capital Advisors as a senior managing director effective Jan. 14. Most recently, Rudgers held a senior distribution role at First Avenue Partners and was previously a managing director on Lazard’s private fund advisory team. PRESS RELEASE Stonington Capital Advisors, a leading global placement agent for lower middle… Continue Reading →

Opinion – Why Lower Mid-market Healthcare M&A Is Poised For Growth

By: Dana Pawlicki, Published in Mergers & Acquisitions It is without question that the private equity healthcare sector is storming into 2018. Extremely robust deal activity continues from 2017’s momentum in all size levels of the market, ranging from the lower middle-market to large buyout. Driven by healthy valuations in the public markets and funds… Continue Reading →

Stonington Capital Advisors – Private Equity Placement & Advisory – 2018 Newsletter

Stonington Fundraising Outlook While 2018 continues to be a healthy fundraising environment by historical standards, Q2 saw another decline from previous years, in fact at $85 billion in capital committed, it is the slowest since 2012. Once again, much of this capital came to a disproportionately small number of large funds. Venture was similar to… Continue Reading →

Southfield Capital closes sophomore fund at about $200 mln

By Iris Dorbian Greenwich, Connecticut-based Southfield Capital, a lower middle market private equity firm, has closed its second oversubscribed fund at a hard cap of about $200 million, beating its $175 million target. Southfield Capital II’s limited partners include U.S., European and Middle Eastern family offices, fund of funds, insurance companies, public pensions and a… Continue Reading →

Jeter, Jeb have competition for Marlins: MLB commissioner

By Ken Davidoff, Joel Sherman and Josh Kosman The magic number for Derek Jeter’s next clinching is two. But the math gets markedly more complicated in this game. Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Thursday that two prospective ownership groups, one of them being Jeter’s consortium with former Florida governor Jeb Bush, remain in competition to… Continue Reading →

Promethean Investments seeks $240 mln for second fund

By Luisa Beltran Promethean Investments is out fundraising for its second pool, three sources said. U.K.-based Promethean, a special situations investor, is seeking 150 million pounds (about US$240 million) for the pool with a hard cap of 250 million pounds, said one source. Promethean held a 20 million pound first close last week, the source… Continue Reading →

Stonington Capital Advisors appoints Ed Eiland as partner

By Angela Sormani Ed Eiland has been appointed a partner at Stonington Capital Advisors. Eiland had been working with the Stonington team on all their fundraising assignments since the beginning of 2013. PRESS RELEASE Ed Eiland was named Partner of Stonington Capital Advisors effective Monday October 14, 2013. Mr. Eiland had been working with the… Continue Reading →

Pawlicki Leaves Evercore for Stonington Capital

By Luisa Beltran Dana Pawlicki has joined Stonington Capital Advisors as a Managing Partner effective Sept. 10. He joins from Evercore Partners’ private funds group where he was a founding partner. At Evercore, Pawlicki worked for three years as MD–head of origination and project management. PRESS RELEASE Dana Pawlicki has joined Stonington Capital Advisors as… Continue Reading →