Thursday, 18 September 2014
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Jul 17 2012 | 11:21am ET
Dallas-based private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners has promoted investment team members Hunter Peterson, Michael Steindorf, and David Alexander.
Peterson, who joined Trinity Hunt in 2006, was promoted from principal to partner. He has thirteen years of overall experience in private equity investing, investment banking and corporate finance.
Steindorf was promoted from senior associate to vice president. Steindorf 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, he rejoined Trinity Hunt in 2009 to continue his private equity career with the firm.
Alexander was promoted from analyst to associate. He joined Trinity Hunt in January 2011 from Raymond James where he focused on corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions.
Blake Apel rejoins the firm as a senior associate after obtaining his MBA. Apel originally joined Trinity Hunt as an analyst in 2007 and spent three years with the firm before returning to school.
The firm has also hired Jake Moore 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.
Trinity Hunt typically invests in established companies that are valued between $10 million to $150 million
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