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Huntington Capital Expands Team

huntington capital nfHuntington Capital has added two new members to its investment team with the additions of Frank Mora as Principal and Nicolas Lopez as Senior Associate.

mora nfMr. Mora is active with Huntington’s portfolio companies and sourcing and structuring new investment opportunities for Huntington’s latest fund, Huntington Capital Fund III.  Mr. Mora joined Huntington from DBI Capital, a Southern California based lower middle market private equity buyout group where he was responsible for sourcing and structuring investment transactions, including co-investments into two Huntington portfolio companies.

“Frank has been working with the team at Huntington for several years through common co-investments and we are delighted to have him become part of our firm,” said Huntington’s founding partner Morgan Miller.

Mr. Mora holds a BS in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a dual concentration in Accounting and Finance and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

lopez nfNicolas Lopez joins Huntington from Best Buy Capital where he served as an associate.  While at Best Buy Capital, he helped identify, evaluate and underwrite investment opportunities in partnership with cross-functional business groups within the organization. Mr. Lopez attended San Diego State University, earning a BS in Business Administration, and the University of Southern California, earning an MBA.

“Nick’s background in investment banking, strategic investing and corporate development adds additional attributes to our team and the value creation contributions we strive to bring to our portfolio companies,” said Managing Partner Tim Bubnack.

Huntington Capital is a mezzanine capital provider to lower middle market companies throughout California and the Southwestern United States. Huntington is operating three limited partnerships and is currently seeking new investments for its recently formed Huntington Capital Fund III.  Huntington invests in businesses generating between $10 million and $75 million in revenues across a range of industries. Investments are typically structured in the form of growth capital, buyout or acquisition financing ranging between $2 million and $7 million. The firm was founded in 2000 and is based in San Diego (www.huntingtoncapital.com).

© 2013 PEPD • Private Equity’s Leading News Magazine • 9-16-13

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