Jeffrey Sangalis, founder and managing partner of Capital Point Partners, has been named president of ACG Houston. He succeeds Jeffrey Henningsen, whose one-year term expires on June 1.
Jeffrey P. Sangalis, CFA, is the incoming president of ACG Houston and will take over leadership of the organization on June 1st as current president, Jeffrey Henningsen, concludes his one-year term.
Mr. Sangalis has extensive experience as a principal investor in the mezzanine and private equity asset classes and is a founder and Managing Partner of Capital Point Partners. Prior to forming Capital Point Partners, Mr. Sangalis was a founder and Managing Partner of RSTW Partners and its predecessor entities Rice Sangalis Toole & Wilson and Rice Capital. Founded in 1989, RSTW specialized in providing mezzanine capital for middle market companies. Mr. Sangalis previously was a Vice President with First Texas Merchant Banking Group, a subordinated debt lender, and a Vice President with Bankers Trust Company (now Deutsche Bank). Mr. Sangalis was also employed with Bank of America and its predecessors in various commercial lending capacities. Mr. Sangalis currently serves or has served as a director or advisory director of more than 25 portfolio company boards. He is also currently a board member and past two term president of the Houston Private Equity Association and a board member of the Houston Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. Mr. Sangalis received a B.S. from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, an M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation from the CFA Institute.
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