Middle market firm Insignia Capital Group hired American Securities vice president Julian Hinderling as a vice president. Insignia, based in San Francisco, also hired Seun Svensson-Sodipo as a vice president, Aaron Keller as an associate and Paige Rasmussen as an administrative assistant. Svensson-Sodipo will join Insignia this summer. She previously worked as an investment associate at Helios Investment Partners.
Insignia Capital Group announced that it has recently hired Julian Hinderling as a Vice President, Seun Svensson-Sodipo as a Vice President, Aaron Keller as an Associate and Paige Rasmussen as an
“My partners and I are thrilled to welcome Julian, Seun, Aaron and Paige to our growing team,” said
David Lowe, Chairman & CEO of Insignia. “The addition of these highly qualified individuals is a
testament to our continued growth as a firm. We look forward to their contributions to our success.”
Most recently, Julian was a Vice President at American Securities LLC, a middle-market private equity
firm based in New York with approximately $15 billion of assets under management. Prior to American
Securities, Julian spent time at Disney’s Corporate Strategy & Business Development Group as well as
Credit Suisse’s Leveraged Finance & Restructuring Group. Julian earned an MBA degree from Stanford
University’s Graduate School of Business and graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a
B.S. degree in Finance and Economics.
Seun is currently completing her MBA degree at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and
will join Insignia in the summer of 2016. Previously, she was an Investment Associate at Helios
Investment Partners, a London-based, Africa-focused private equity firm with $3 billion of assets under
management. Prior to Helios, Seun spent time at the New York offices of Fortress Investment Group and
Centerview Partners. Seun graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a B.A. in Applied
Mathematics with application to Electrical Engineering.
Aaron was previously an Analyst in the Leveraged Finance Group at Deutsche Bank. Aaron graduated
summa cum laude from Georgetown University with a B.A. in Economics.
Prior to joining Insignia, Paige was an Administrative Assistant for Millennium Partners, a real estate
development company with a portfolio of over $4 billion. She assisted with office and property
management, as well as administrative operations. Paige graduated from the University of California,
Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Sociology.
About Insignia Capital Group
Insignia Capital Group is a lower middle-market private equity firm based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The firm focuses on investing in North American companies in the consumer, healthcare and business
services sectors where there is an opportunity to leverage Insignia’s strategic and operational expertise
to significantly improve operating performance. Insignia was founded by David Lowe, formerly cofounder
and Vice Chairman of Friedman Fleischer & Lowe (“FFL”); Mel Deane, formerly an Operating
Partner at FFL; and Tony Broglio, formerly a Principal and member of the Executive Committee at Lake
Capital. The firm is currently investing out of Insignia Capital Partners, L.P., a $358 million fund.
For more information please visit www.insigniacap.com.