Greystone Adds Private Equity Unit

Oct 5 2006 | 3:02pm ET

The Greystone family of companies has added a private equity business to its stable, based in New York. Greystone Private Equity will be headed by Jonathan and Adam Reich as co-CEOs.

The former bankruptcy attorneys are the former principals of asset services firm Michael Fox International.

The new fund will employ some of the Reich’s asset acquisition experience, as it will focus on purchasing all kinds of assets, including industrial equipment, real estate, inventory and account receivables, as well as equity stakes in target companies.


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