New MainStream Capital has promoted David Peterson to Principal. Mr. Peterson joined the firm in 2012 as an Associate and was elevated to Vice President in 2014. He is responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, conducting due diligence and monitoring the firm’s investments.
Prior to joining NMS, Mr. Peterson was an Associate at Waud Capital Partners. Earlier in his career, he was an analyst in the healthcare investment banking group of Houlihan Lokey. He has a BBA in finance and accounting from the University of Michigan.
New MainStream Capital (NMS) makes equity investments of $10 million to $50 million in companies with enterprise values less than $300 million. Sectors of interest include healthcare services, consumer products and services, and specialized business services. The firm was formed through the spin-out of a group of companies from the Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division in 2010. NMS is led by its founders and managing partners Martin Chavez and Kevin Jordan and has offices in New York and Dallas (www.nms-capital.com).
“David joined NMS not long after our spin-out from Goldman Sachs,” said Mr. Jordan. “He has been an integral part of the success of the firm, including the raise of NMS Fund II and the initial deployment of that fund in some great companies. We look forward to many future contributions from David.”
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