P.E. Firm Method Advisors Names New Partner

Jul 25 2014 | 6:03am ET

Private equity firm Method Advisors has named Orlando Mendoza as a partner. In his new role, Mendoza will be working from the firm's Boston office, focusing on co-investments, fund-level investments and business development.

Mendoza’s experience includes working at Harvard Management Company, where he executed diligence on HMC's private equity portfolio. He also led the private equity global advisory practice for Twin Focus Equity Partners. Earlier in his career, Mendoza was a principal with Edison Ventures, where he was involved in numerous direct investments, which often included board seat responsibilities.
“Orlando has an impressive background and track record. He brings significant investment experience and an established network. We expect him to play an integral role in continuing to build the firm, and delivering strong results for our clients,” said Eric Stewart, a founding partner of Method Advisors.
“We believe that Orlando complements our business objectives for the next stage of our firm’s growth. He is the right person at the right time,” said Chris Welch, also a founding partner.
Method Advisors is a small-market private equity and growth advisory firm based in Boston, offering specialized fund of funds, co-investments, separate account and advisory services to institutional and high-net-worth investors. Method Advisors focuses on growth-oriented funds with under $250 million in capital commitments, across private equity, private debt, and venture capital strategies.

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