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Levine Leichtman Promotes Three    

levine leichtman nf1Levine Leichtman Capital Partners has promoted Aaron Perlmutter to head the Firm’s Corporate Finance Group.  The firm also promoted Matthew Frankel and Andrew Schwartz to Managing Directors.

perlmutter nf1Mr. Perlmutter joined LLCP in 2003 and became a General Partner in 2012.  For the past several years, Mr. Perlmutter has led the Corporate Finance Group with Kimberly Pollack.  Mr. Perlmutter promotion is due to his successful leadership in managing the Corporate Finance Group. He has demonstrated expertise in analyzing middle market investments, business due diligence and post-investment monitoring.  Ms. Pollack has resigned to spend more time with her family however she will remain on the board of directors of her portfolio companies and serve as a strategic advisor to the firm.

Mr. Frankel joined Levine Leichtman Capital Partners as a Director in 2010.  Since that time, Mr. Frankel has led the firm in several transactions including the sale of Luminator Technology Group and a recent recapitalization of Tronair.  Mr. Frankel will continue to monitor LLCP portfolio companies as well as be responsible for deal execution, due diligence and analysis of new investment opportunities. Prior to joining LLCP, Mr. Frankel was a Vice President with American Capital.

Mr. Schwartz joined Levine Leichtman Capital Partners as a Director in 2011. Since that time, Mr. Schwartz has led the firm in several transactions including the sale of Santa Cruz Nutritionals and the recent recapitalizations of McKenzie Products and Pacific World.   Mr. Schwartz will continue to monitor LLCP portfolio companies as well as be responsible for deal execution, due diligence and analysis of new investment opportunities. Prior to joining LLCP, Mr. Schwartz was a Vice President at Liberty Partners.

Levine Leichtman manages approximately $7 billion of capital through private equity partnerships, distressed debt and leveraged loan funds. The firm is currently making new investments through Levine Leichtman Capital Partners V, LP; Levine Leichtman Capital Partners SBIC Fund, LP; and Levine Leichtman Capital Partners Private Capital Solutions II, LP. The firm is based in Los Angeles with offices in Chicago, Dallas, New York and London (www.llcp.com).

2014 PEPD • Private Equity’s Leading News Magazine • 10-2-14

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