Trinity Hunt Partners has announced various promotions within its investment team. Hunter Peterson was promoted from principal to partner. Michael Steindorf was promoted from senior associate to vice president and David Alexander was promoted from analyst to associate.
Trinity Hunt Partners, a leading private equity firm with an extensive track record of partnering with business owners to build value, today announced a number of promotions and additions to the firm’s team of private equity professionals.
The firm has promoted investment team members Hunter Peterson, Michael Steindorf, and David Alexander.
Hunter Peterson was promoted from Principal to Partner. Mr. Peterson has six years of experience with Trinity Hunt having joined the firm in 2006 and thirteen years of overall experience in private equity investing, investment banking, and corporate finance. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and received his MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College.
Mike Steindorf was promoted from Senior Associate to Vice President. Mr. Steindorf originally joined Trinity Hunt as an Analyst in 2005 and spent two years with the firm before returning to school to pursue his MBA full-time. Post MBA, Mike rejoined Trinity Hunt in 2009 to continue his private equity career with the firm. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and received his MBA from the Wharton School.
David Alexander was promoted from Analyst to Associate. Mr. Alexander joined Trinity Hunt in January 2011 from Raymond James where he focused on corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Alexander received a BBA in Finance and BA in Economics from the University of Texas, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Trinity Hunt also announced that Blake Apel has rejoined the firm after obtaining his MBA.
Blake Apel serves as a Senior Associate with the firm. Mr. Apel originally joined Trinity Hunt as an Analyst in 2007 and spent three years with the firm before returning to school to obtain his MBA. Post MBA, Blake rejoined the firm in 2012. He graduated from Vanderbilt University with a BA in Economics, and received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Finally, the firm is pleased to announce the addition of Jake Moore to the Trinity Hunt team.
Mr. Moore serves as an Analyst assisting in deal sourcing and execution as well as portfolio company monitoring. He previously worked at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey as a member of the firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions Group. Mr. Moore holds a BA in Economics and Political Science from Colgate University.
“Trinity Hunt takes great pride in its team”, says Trinity Hunt partner Pete Stein. “Towards that end, the well deserved promotions of Hunter, Mike, Blake, and David reflect the strength of their contributions. Additionally, Mike’s and Blake’s decision to rejoin the firm after their business school experiences is a testament to their belief in Trinity Hunt’s culture and strategy.”
Trinity Hunt typically invests in established companies that are valued between $10 million to $150 million, where the addition of invested capital and operating resources can enhance growth in sales and profits. The firm considers investment opportunities across a diverse range of industries, including industrial products and services, business services, and healthcare services.
To learn more about Trinity Hunt Partners or to discuss a new opportunity, contact Mr. Scott Colvert at 214-777-6603 or email@example.com.
About Trinity Hunt
Trinity Hunt is a private equity firm based in Dallas, Texas. The firm has earned a reputation for working closely with entrepreneurs and family-owned businesses to provide strategic, operational, and capital expertise to help take their companies to the next level. The Trinity Hunt team has successfully invested over $1.3 billion of equity capital in more than 50 platform companies spanning a diverse array of industries and economic cycles. Known for its high integrity, respectful partnerships, and straightforward approach, Trinity Hunt’s experience and financial resources help its client firms capitalize on available opportunities.