AVON, CONNECTICUT, January 11, 2017 – Ironwood Capital is pleased to announce today four promotions:
* Kimberly A. Craig is named assistant vice president, investment operations,
* Adam M. Dotson is named director,
* Ryan P. Phalen is named director, and
* Trevor T. Russo is named director.
Craig has responsibility for investment documentation, regulatory compliance and limited partner reporting. Kim joined Ironwood Capital in April 2012 as investment operations analyst, with a strong background in legal administration. Kim has a B.S. degree in Business Management & Organization from Central Connecticut State University.
Dotson, Phalen and Russo have broad responsibilities related to the investment activities of the firm, including deal sourcing, transaction-based due diligence, transaction structuring, exploratory market research and portfolio company monitoring.
Adam joined Ironwood in 2012 as a senior associate. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in French cum laude with high honors from Dartmouth College, a Master of Fine Arts in Exhibition Design from the University of the Arts, and an M.B.A. from Temple University.
Ryan joined Ironwood in 2007 as an analyst. He is a cum laude graduate of the University of Connecticut with a B.S. degree in Finance and is currently enrolled in UConn’s Executive MBA program.
Trevor joined Ironwood in 2008 as an analyst. He is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Connecticut with a B.S. degree in Finance and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. He will complete his MBA at Columbia University in the spring.
“We are very proud of this group of professionals and the contributions they’ve made to the growth and professionalization of the firm. They clearly demonstrated their readiness for promotion and it’s always rewarding to be able to promote from within our own family,” stated Marc Reich, Ironwood Capital chairman and chief executive officer.
About Ironwood Capital
Ironwood Capital is a Connecticut-based private equity firm that provides non-control growth capital to middle market companies, investing more than $600 million in over 100 companies over the past 15 years. Ironwood invests in the form of subordinated debt and preferred stock in amounts ranging from $5 million to $20 million to support business owners and financial sponsors in growth financings, full and partial recapitalizations, generational transitions and buyouts. For more information, please visit www.ironwoodcap.com.
Marc A. Reich
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