Blue Wolf Capital Partners has named Natalie Marjancik as the firm’s newest partner.
Ms. Marjancik joined Blue Wolf in March 2022 as a managing director. Prior to joining Blue Wolf, she spent nearly 13 years at investment bank Lincoln International focusing on capital and debt advisory. During her time there, Ms. Marjancik served as an advisor to numerous corporate and private equity clients, including Blue Wolf, on the structuring and arranging of debt financings across several sectors, including industrials, consumer, business services, and healthcare.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Marjancik practiced corporate law at Shearman & Sterling, where she advised on domestic and cross-border capital-raising transactions, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures. Ms. Marjancik has her undergraduate degree from Purdue University, her MBA from the University of Chicago, and her law degree from Boston University.
“I am honored to take on this expanded role and join Blue Wolf’s talented, long-standing group of partners,” said Ms. Marjancik. “Since first becoming acquainted with Blue Wolf nearly a decade ago, I’ve been impressed by the depth and investment discipline of the team, and I look forward to continue building on the firm’s proven track record of investment and operational excellence.”
In addition to the promotion of Ms. Marjancik, Blue Wolf has announced the promotions of James Shovlin to principal, David Meyers and Jordan Fong to senior associate, and the expanded role of Kate Spaziani to director of government affairs and communications.
“We are delighted to welcome Natalie as our newest partner and to recognize the significant value she brings to the firm and its portfolio companies,” said Jeremy Kogler, a managing partner at Blue Wolf. “We also are pleased to extend well-deserved promotions and role expansions to four team members, James, Kate, David and Jordan. Over the past year, thanks to our team’s collective experience, market knowledge and core competencies, Blue Wolf has successfully navigated a challenging global environment. We are proud of our performance and look forward to continued success.”
New York City-based Blue Wolf invests from $25 million to $250 million of equity in companies that have at least $50 million of revenue and an enterprise value of $50 million to $500 million. Sectors of interest include healthcare, building products, energy services, manufacturing, distribution, and industrial.
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