Consumer/retail sector-focused LNK Partners has appointed Patrick J. Boroian as a partner focused on business development. Prior to joining LNK, Boroian spent over 10 years as a partner at Brockway Moran & Partners, where he led the firm’s business development activities.
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Woodstream Corp., which is backed by Brockway Moran & Partners and CHS Capital, has competed its buy of Senoret Group. Financial terms weren’t announced. Senoret provides pest control products sold under the TERRO and Sweeney’s brand names. PRESS RELEASE Woodstream Corporation (“Woodstream”), a portfolio company of Brockway Moran & Partners and CHS Capital, has completed [...]
Brockway Moran & Partners, a Florida-based private equity firm, in partnership with Dr. Peter Lamelas, has backed MD Now Medical Centers, a provider of urgent care medical services. Headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, MD Now operates multiple full-service, walk-in urgent care facilities. PRESS RELEASE Brockway Moran & Partners, Inc. (“Brockway Moran & Partners”), a [...]
Michael Moran, a managing partner at Brockway Moran, intends to transition out of future funds, according to a statement Thursday. Moran intends to remain active in funds currently under the firm’s management. The PE firm did not give any reason for the changes and calls were not immediately returned.
Tri-Star Electronics International, a portfolio company of Brockway Moran & Partners, has been acquired by an affiliate of Carlisle Companies Incorporated for $285 million. Tri-Star is a manufacturer of electronic interconnect components and assemblies for commercial aerospace, defense and industrial applications PRESS RELEASE Harris Williams & Co., premier middle market investment bank, announces that Tri-Star [...]
Brockway Moran and Partners has acquired Crisis Prevention Institute Inc. from the Riverside Company. Terms of the deal, which closed November 18, were not released. Based in Milwaukee, Crisis Prevention Institute is a training organization specializing in the safe management of crisis situations and disruptive behavior.
Carlisle Cos. said Monday that they agreed to buy Tri-Star Electronics International, in a cash merger valued at $285 million. The deal is subject to customary closing conditions but expected to close by Dec. 31. El Segundo, Calif.-based Tri-Star, which is backed by Brockway Moran & Partners, supplies electronic interconnect components for commercial aerospace, defense and industrial customers. Carlyle Cos. said the deal is expected to be accretive in the first year. SunTrust Robinson Humphrey provided financial advice to Carlisle.
It all started with a letter. Rob Morris didn’t even expect a reply.
“I viewed it in my mind like writing the ex-girlfriend one last letter, and I would never hear from the person,” said Morris, the managing partner of Olympus Partners, a buyout shop in Stamford, Conn.
Morris had no connections to Spencer Bachus, the letter’s intended recipient and the chief candidate to become chairman of the House Financial Services Committee after the GOP took the House of Representatives last November. In fact, Morris had no experience dealing with Washington, D.C.
But Morris had been studying provisions of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law that would require private equity firms to register as investment advisers, and the registration provision struck him as a waste …
It looks like the campaign against SEC registration is gaining momentum. The House Financial Services Committee will hold a hearing next Wednesday, March 16, to review draft legislation to exempt advisers to private equity funds from the Dodd-Frank Act, according to a House staff source, Buyouts is reporting. The bill would seek to restore the [...]