O’Reilly joins Graycliff Partners

Graycliff Partners LP said May 21 that Brian O’Reilly has joined its credit team as a managing director. O’Reilly co-founded CVC Credit Partners’ U.S. middle market lending platform.



Graycliff Partners LP today announced the expansion of its credit team with the addition of Brian O’Reilly as Managing Director. Mr. O’Reilly, former Managing Director at CVC Credit Partners, will be responsible for sourcing and evaluating portfolio investments for Graycliff’s dedicated credit fund.

Mr. O’Reilly co-founded CVC Credit Partners’ U.S. middle market lending platform, directly originating and executing over $400 million middle market credit transactions over the last five years. Prior to CVC, Mr. O’Reilly spent seven years at Medley Capital sourcing, executing, and monitoring private debt investments. Mr. O’Reilly started his career at GE Capital. He holds an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a B.A. in Economics from Boston College.

“We are excited to add Brian as a dedicated member of our credit team,” said Andrew Trigg, Graycliff Managing Partner. “Throughout Brian’s career he has focused on financing middle market companies which is perfect fit for our platform.”

“I am pleased to join the Graycliff team. I look forward to continuing to provide tailored financing solutions to lower middle market borrowers and sponsors,” said Brian O’Reilly. “My experience across the capital structure and throughout a wide range of industries will enable me to add value immediately and grow the Graycliff credit platform.”

About Graycliff Partners LP

Graycliff Partners is an investment firm focused on making lower middle market investments. Through dedicated equity and credit funds, Graycliff seeks to invest in companies led by strong, entrepreneurial management teams, providing capital for acquisitions, management buyouts, recapitalizations, growth and expansion.

Graycliff Partners’ dedicated credit platform manages over $650 million of committed capital and provides financing solutions to lower middle market companies with $3 million to $40 million of EBITDA.

For more information about Graycliff Partners visit www.graycliffpartners.com.