Southfield Promotes Brandon Pinderhughes

Southfield Capital has promoted Brandon Pinderhughes to principal. Mr. Pinderhughes joined Southfield Capital in July 2014 as a senior associate. With this promotion, Mr. Pinderhughes will continue to focus on identifying new investment opportunities and driving the growth and performance of Southfield’s portfolio companies.

Since joining Southfield, Mr. Pinderhughes has been involved with BioPharm Communications, a New Hope, PA-based creator of promotional and educational content for healthcare practitioners. BioPharm was acquired in March 2012 and sold in May 2016 to Omnicom Health Group; Vanguard Dealer Services, a Fairfield, NJ-based agent and administrator of finance and insurance products to automobile dealers, that was acquired in August 2015; Match Marketing, a Norwalk, CT and Toronto, ON-headquartered provider of marketing services, that was acquired in July 2018; Protos Security, a Daleville, VA-based provider of security guard services, that was acquired in March 2019.

“Brandon has remarkable insightfulness about investment opportunities, valuable management skills, and a strong work ethic,” said Andy Cook, a partner with Southfield. “We are very pleased to recognize Brandon’s contributions to Southfield Capital, as well as his success in the execution of value-added strategies for our portfolio companies.”

Prior to joining Southfield Capital, Mr. Pinderhughes was an associate at Bayside Capital, H.I.G. Capital’s special situations group. Earlier in his career, he worked in the investment banking division of Morgan Stanley.

Mr. Pinderhughes has his undergraduate degree from Morehouse College. He also played professional football with the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and overseas in Germany through NFL Europe.

Southfield Capital makes control investments in companies that have revenues of $20 million to $100 million and EBITDA of $4 million to $12 million. Sectors of interest include outsourced business services, specialty finance, and value-added distribution. In August 2017, the firm held a final close of Southfield Capital II LP with approximately $200 million in capital commitments. The close was at the fund’s hard cap and exceeded its original target of $175 million. Southfield Capital was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Greenwich, CT (www.southfieldcapital.com).

© 2019 Private Equity Professional | April 11, 2019

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