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Insignia Promotes Three

Insignia Capital Group has promoted Pradyut Shah to Managing Director, Julian Hinderling to Principal and Nick DeTrempe to Vice President.

“My partners and I are thrilled to recognize the well-earned promotions of these talented individuals,” said David Lowe, Chairman and CEO of Insignia. “The promotions are a reflection of their important contributions to the growth and success of the firm, and further enhance our ability to help founders and management teams realize their full potential. We look forward to their continued contributions.”

Pradyut Shah joined Insignia in 2011 as a founding member of the firm. Prior to Insignia, he was a Vice President at Behrman Capital.  He began his career at Credit Suisse First Boston’s Technology Group working on mergers and acquisitions in the technology sector. Mr. Shah has his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Julian Hinderling joined Insignia in 2016 as a Vice President.  Prior to Insignia, he was a Vice President at American Securities and earlier he was with Disney’s Corporate Strategy & Business Development Group as well as Credit Suisse’s Leveraged Finance & Restructuring Group. Mr. Hinderling has an MBA from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University.

Nick DeTrempe joined Insignia in 2014 as an Associate. Prior to Insignia, he was an Associate at Baird Capital and an Analyst in Credit Suisse’s investment banking group. Mr. DeTrempe has an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame.

Insignia Capital Group invests in lower middle-market companies that have from $5 million to $30 million of EBITDA. Sectors of interest include business services, consumer, and healthcare. Insignia Capital Group is based near San Francisco in Walnut Creek, CA (www.insigniacap.com).

© 2018 Private Equity Professional | March 14, 2018

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