Gridiron Capital Boosts Front Line

Oct 9 2008 | 9:50am ET

Private equity firm Gridiron Capital has added Joseph Saldutti as managing director responsible for working on the firm’s acquisitions and development efforts. He will also work closely with Gridiron’s portfolio companies on various strategic and operating initiatives.

Prior to joining Gridiron, Saldutti led investments at TDA Capital Partners, which manages seven private equity funds for more than forty limited partners.

“Bringing Joe on board gives us another senior person with a long, successful track record in investing and an extensive operating background. We’re excited to have Joe on the team at Gridiron,” said Thomas Burger, a managing partner at Gridiron.

New Canaan, Conn.-based Gridiron Capital is currently manages the $300 million Gridiron Capital Fund.


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