JMC Capital appoints Rainville as a partner

JMC Capital Partners has hired Todd Rainville as a partner. Previously, Rainville worked at Symmetric Capital where he served as a partner. Prior to that, he worked at Summit Partners and Ampersand Capital Partners.

PRESS RELEASE

BOSTON, Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — JMC Capital Partners is pleased to announce the addition of Todd Rainville as Partner.

Prior to joining JMC, Todd had 20 years of private equity and finance experience. Most recently he was a partner at a Symmetric Capital, after spending nearly a decade at Summit Partners and Ampersand Capital Partners.

Todd’s past experience has included a mix of traditional expansion financings, recapitalizations and leveraged buyouts, with much of his prior work in the industrial and technology sectors. Representative prior investments and Directorships includes: Sybari Software (acquired by Microsoft), MediaQ (purchased by NVIDIA), K-TEK (acquired by ABB Group), ChanTest (acquired by Charles River Laboratories), and Biomedical Structures (merged with Confluent Medical).

Todd Rainville, JMC Capital Partners’ new Partner
Todd brings a wealth of knowledge and perspective to JMC from years of navigating varied, and often complex transactions. In his previous roles, Todd has been effective at bridging the needs of entrepreneurs and business owners by developing trusted relationships over years and tailoring creative investment structures that work for both sides.

At JMC, Todd heads up the Business Development Team. He plays a pivotal role in identifying uniquely-positioned industrial companies, building meaningful relationships with founders and business owners, and structuring attractive investment opportunities for the firm.

“Todd’s extensive background, experience, and commitment provides exceptional value to JMC. We look forward to utilizing his deep industry knowledge and leadership as we continue to build and strengthen our core capabilities,” said Michael D’Amelio, Managing Partner at JMC.

Todd holds a Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, in Economics from Bates College, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.