Southfield Capital has promoted Brandon Pinderhughes to principal. Pinderhughes first joined the lower-middle market private equity firm as a senior associate in June 2014.
GREENWICH, Conn., April 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Southfield Capital, a premier lower middle market private equity firm, announced today the firm has promoted Brandon Pinderhughes to Principal.
The promotion recognizes Brandon’s contribution to the firm’s growth and highlights the continued strengthening of its investment team. Brandon joined Southfield Capital in July 2014 as a Senior Associate. As Principal, he will continue to focus on identifying new opportunities and driving the growth and performance of Southfield’s portfolio companies.
Since joining Southfield Capital Brandon has been involved in the acquisitions of BioPharm Communications, Vanguard Dealer Services, Match Marketing and Protos Security. Brandon is a member of the Board of Directors for Vanguard Dealer Services, Match Marketing, and Protos Security.
Andy Cook, Partner with Southfield Capital, commented, “Brandon has remarkable insightfulness about investment opportunities, valuable management skills, and a strong work ethic. We are very pleased to recognize Brandon’s contributions to Southfield Capital, as well as his success in the execution of value-added strategies for our portfolio companies.”
Prior to joining Southfield Capital, Brandon was an Associate at Bayside Capital, HIG Capital’s special situation group, focused on distressed debt, direct lending, and special situation buyouts. Prior to joining Bayside Capital, Brandon worked in the Investment Banking division of Morgan Stanley. Brandon obtained a bachelor’s degree from Morehouse, graduating summa cum laude. Prior to completing his undergraduate degree, Brandon played in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and overseas in Germany through NFL Europe.
About Southfield Capital
Southfield Capital is a private equity firm that invests in high-growth, lower middle market companies in the outsourced business services sector. The firm targets companies with $4 – 12 million in EBITDA and partners with management to scale the business through a combination of organic and acquisition growth strategies. For more information, please visit www.southfieldcapital.com.