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Victory Park Names Jason Brown as Partner

victory NFVictory Park Capital (VPC) has named Jason Brown partner. Mr. Brown, a twenty-year financial services veteran, will lead the firm’s new Los Angeles office.

“Jason’s addition to our leadership team is a testament to the strength of the firm and the caliber of talent and expertise that will continue to drive our business forward,” said Richard Levy, chief executive officer and founder of VPC. “His track record in the middle-market, specifically in providing alternative financing strategies that support growth, acquisitions, turnarounds and balance sheet optimization, more than exemplifies his capabilities. I look forward to his partnership in driving continued opportunities for our firm and our growing platform in the Western region.”

Mr. Brown was previously a managing director in corporate and restructuring finance at GE Capital, where he spent over 10 years. He oversaw teams in the west and mountain regions, serving capital needs of manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and service companies. Prior to GE Capital, he was alternate group manager at Comerica Bank. Mr. Brown has also served as the president of the Los Angeles chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth where he is a current Los Angeles chapter and global board member. He attended Sydney University and the University of Southern California.

“I’m thrilled at the opportunity to join VPC as it continues to grow and expand its capabilities,” said Mr. Brown. “VPC is a leader in servicing the middle market. I hope to leverage my experience in providing structured financing solutions to a diversified client base among mid-size U.S. companies that help maximize flexibility and liquidity for our portfolio of clients.”

Victory Park Capital invests from $10 million to $50 million per transaction in small cap public companies and middle market private companies that typically generate less than $150 million in revenue and less than $30 million of EBITDA. The firm focuses on complex situations and seeks to build long term sustainable value in its companies. Victory Park was founded in 2007 and is based in Chicago with additional offices in Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco (www.victoryparkcapital.com).

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