Trivest Partners Names Reynolds As Principal

Jul 1 2016 | 7:57pm ET

Founder/Family private equity specialist Trivest Partners has promoted Steve Reynolds to principal of the private equity firm effective immediately.

Reynolds joined Trivest as an associate in 2011, and was promoted to vice president in 2013. He has been actively involved in identifying acquisition targets, analyzing investment opportunities, monitoring portfolio companies and leading successful realizations, working with several successful Trivest investments including North Star Seafood, Take 5 Oil Change and Wise Company, the company said. He currently serves as a director of both Advanced Discovery and PeopleShare.

Prior to joining Trivest, Steve was an investment banker in Robert W. Baird’s Consumer Investment Banking group and spent two years at Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin.

“Steve has made numerous contributions to our firm in terms of executing platform and add-on investments,” said Troy Templeton, Trivest’s managing partner. “We look forward to his continuing success at our Firm and are pleased that he has achieved this recognition.”

Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Miami, Trivest Partners is a private equity company that concentrates on partnering with company founders and family-owned businesses. The company raised $415 million for its fifth fund in 2012 and has completed more than 225 transactions totaling in excess of $5.5 billion in value.


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