Cale Kaczmarek Promoted to Vice President by Huron Capital
DETROIT (March 3, 2022) — Leading middle market private equity firm Huron Capital (“Huron”) announced today that it has promoted Cale Kaczmarek to Vice President. In this role, Cale is an integral member of the investment team working directly with senior members of the firm and its portfolio company management teams to execute and perform diligence on new investments and support the management of existing investments.
Kaczmarek is a rising star at the firm having been promoted twice since joining as an Associate in 2020. He has quickly established himself as a versatile private equity professional who is capable of building enduring relationships and trust with his colleagues and portfolio company management teams.
He currently works on several key platform investments in the facility, infrastructure and utility services sectors including Albireo Energy, Pueblo Mechanical & Controls and Sunland Asphalt. Kaczmarek was also a member of the deal team for Sciens Building Solutions during its sale to funds managed by global investment firm Carlyle in December 2021.
“Cale Kaczmarek exemplifies the qualities we look for in a member of the Huron team. He not only has the core technical and quantitative skills required of any successful private equity professional – he also excels at developing meaningful relationships through his collaborative and team-based approach,” said Brian Rassel, Partner at Huron.
Prior to joining Huron, Kaczmarek was an investment banking analyst in William Blair’s services and industrials group, where he was responsible for executing mergers and acquisitions transactions. His responsibilities included valuation, financial analysis, deal execution, and strategic advisory for both sell-side and buy-side engagements. Kaczmarek earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Michigan State University.
“We are grateful for Cale’s contributions the last two years and look forward to the meaningful impact we expect he will have as a high-potential future leader of this firm ,” said Jim Mahoney, Managing Partner at Huron. “With top-tier talent, impressive business acumen and intellectual horsepower combined with his character and drive , Cale embodies the attributes that set the Huron team apart from its peers.”
For more information about the Huron team, visit: https://www.huroncapital.com/team/.
About Huron Capital
Founded in Detroit in 1999, Huron Capital is an operationally focused private equity platform with a long history of growing middle market companies through our proprietary ExecFactor® buy-and-build investment model. We prefer complex situations where we can help companies reach their full potential by combining our operational approach, substantial capital base, and transaction experience with seasoned operating executives. An early pioneer of the buy-and-build approach, Huron Capital has successfully established six private equity funds aggregating nearly $2.0 billion in committed capital and invested in over 240 companies, and our portfolio companies have employed over 11,000 people throughout North America. The Huron Capital buy-and-build investment model includes equity recapitalizations, family succession transactions, market-entry strategies, corporate carve-outs, and management buyouts of companies having revenues up to $200 million. Huron Capital invests control equity in fundamentally-sound companies that can benefit from the firm’s operational approach to creating value. Huron Capital focuses on niche segments within commercial & industrial services, professional services and the consumer services sectors. For more information, please visit: www.huroncapital.com.
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