Huron Announces Promotion of Seven Team Members
Detroit, MI – January 23, 2015 – Huron Capital Partners, one of the nation’s leading middle-market private equity firms, today announced the promotion of seven transaction team members who currently serve in investment sourcing and execution roles.
The following Huron Capital team members were promoted:
- Sean Roberts and Matt Hare were promoted to Principal.
- Brian Schwartz and Brad Barker advanced to Vice President.
- Greer Love was promoted to Senior Associate.
- Tod Pesses and Mike Zukas were promoted to Associates.
“These team members have made significant contributions to Huron Capital and played vital roles in analyzing and structuring a number of our successful investments,” said Brian Demkowicz, Huron’s Co-Founder and Managing Partner. “Huron Capital has always operated by the motto: ‘Invest in People. Build Leaders.’ The concept is just as important for our organization as it is to our portfolio companies, and we look forward to seeing these individuals continue to expand their roles at the firm.”
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