Lindsay Goldberg has added Eric Fry to the firm as its newest partner. Mr. Fry comes to the firm with more than 22 years of private investing experience, most recently as a Managing Director in Morgan Stanley’s private equity group.
“Eric’s experience and focus will be a significant benefit to our portfolio companies, and I am confident he will be a great addition to our team,” said Bob Lindsay, Co-founder and Chairman of Lindsay Goldberg.
Mr. Fry joined Morgan Stanley in 1989 and became part of Morgan Stanley Capital Partners (MSCP) in 1991. He became a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley in 2001. Mr. Fry was also a member of the various investment committees for the private equity funds run by MSCP. Mr. Fry has a BS from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
“I have long been an admirer of Lindsay Goldberg and have known and worked with many of the firm’s partners. I look forward to working with the team to execute on unique investment opportunities,” said Mr. Fry.
Lindsay Goldberg manages $10 billion of equity capital and is focused on partnering with family-owned and entrepreneur‐led businesses seeking a partner to help actively build their businesses. The firm is based in New York (www.lindsaygoldbergllc.com).
“Having known Eric for many years and worked with him closely, Bob and I are excited to have him join our firm. Eric’s strong investing expertise and his background are an excellent fit with our long-term, family-oriented investment culture,” said Alan Goldberg, Co-founder and CEO of Lindsay Goldberg.
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