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Geneva Glen Promotes and Hires

Geneva Glen Capital had added Jack Kelly to its investment team as a new Associate and has promoted Greg Irons to Senior Associate.

Geneva Glen invests in US and Canadian based lower middle-market companies that have EBITDAs between $3 million and $25 million. Sectors of interest include business and consumer services; consumer products; environmental services; education and training; healthcare products and services; niche industrial manufacturing; packaging; publishing, media and information services; specialty chemicals; and value-added distribution.

Mr. Irons joined Geneva Glen in April 2016 and his promotion recognizes his contributions to the firm’s growth. He has been active in supporting the firm’s acquisitions of Dianne’s Fine Desserts, Southeastern Home Health and EZ Shipper Racks, along with ongoing portfolio work.

“Greg has shown great development and we look forward to his continued contributions as his role expands,” said Managing Director Jeff Gonyo.

The hiring of Mr. Kelly and the promotion of Mr. Irons were made as Geneva Glen builds its investment team to support continued growth within its portfolio. “We’re excited about the recent momentum within the firm and believe Greg and Jack will play key roles in our continued success,” added Mr. Gonyo.

Prior to joining Geneva Glen, Mr. Kelly was an Associate at investment bank Lincoln International where he was involved with executing transactions across a variety of industry groups. He joined Lincoln in July 2015 as an Analyst after earning a BBA degree in Finance and Economics from the University of Notre Dame.

“We’ve been impressed by Jack’s M&A experience and are excited to have him join the team to support our growing platform,” said Managing Director Adam Schecter.

Geneva Glen is based in Chicago (www.genevaglencapital.com).

© 2018 Private Equity Professional | November 30, 2018

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