Brookside Mezzanine Partners has hired Michael J. Mahon Jr. as an analyst. Previously, Mahon worked at Stifel Nicolaus‘ investment banking division where he was an analyst.
Brookside Mezzanine Partners is pleased to announce that Michael J. Mahon Jr. has joined the Firm as an Analyst. Previously, Michael was an Analyst in the Investment Banking Division of Stifel Nicolaus, a middle-market focused investment bank in New York City. While at Stifel, Michael worked in the Healthcare Group where he performed extensive financial, quantitative and industry analyses for both M&A advisory and equity financings. Before joining Stifel, Michael worked as a Summer Analyst in the Trading and Research department of Seidel & Shaw, LLC. He graduated with honors from The Johns Hopkins University, with a B.A. in Economics and Minor in Financial Economics.
“We are delighted that Michael has become the newest member of our investment team,” said David Buttolph, Founder of Brookside Mezzanine Partners. “His background and experience make him a great fit for our team and a valuable resource to our partnership as we continue to grow.”
About Brookside Mezzanine Partners
Founded in 2001, Brookside Mezzanine Partners manages in excess of $500 million across three mezzanine funds. The Firm is a leading provider of subordinated debt and minority equity capital to small and mid-sized companies throughout the United States. We invest in both sponsored and non-sponsored transactions and provide junior capital and unitranche financing to support buyouts, leveraged recapitalizations, strategic acquisitions, dividends and growth capital.
Please contact us or visit our website at www.brooksidemp.com for additional information.
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