Monomoy Adds Retail, Automotive Specialists

Mar 13 2007 | 11:18am ET

New York-based private equity firm Monomoy Capital Partners—which closed its $280 million debut middle-market turnaround fund last month—has added a pair of operating partners to help manage its portfolio. David Kreilein and John Stewart join Richard Fish to form the firm’s operations team.

Kreilein joins from Boca Raton, Fla.-based Sun Capital Partners, a $3.5 billion restructuring and buyout fund where he served as vice president and portfolio manager. At Sun Capital, Kreilein specialized in retail, industrial, service and healthcare companies.

Stewart has spent the past 18 years as an operating executive at Toyota Motor Corp., running its vehicle assembly division in the U.K., as well as serving in a number of positions at Toyota’s Kentucky plant.


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