Wednesday, 22 October 2014
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Mar 14 2008 | 10:45am ET
Rye, NY-based private equity shop SFW Capital Partners has closed its first fund with commitments totaling over $300 million.
SFW typically invests $15 million to $75 million in mid-sized companies, with a particular emphasis on the healthcare and industrial sectors.
The partners of the fund, Thomas Salice, Roger Freeman and Norm Wells, are all former senior investment professionals at AEA Investors.
“Our deep understanding and extensive experience in our focus segments allows us to contribute well informed, relevant expertise to each company,” according to the firm. “Over the past 15 years, we have worked closely with the management teams of some of the most successful companies in these segments to develop growth strategies, improve operations and identify high potential add-on acquisitions.”
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