CIC Partners is a Dallas-based, middle-market private equity firm. Over the past 25 years, CIC Partners has successfully partnered with operators in more than 40 companies spanning 14 industries, with revenues ranging from $10 million to $1 billion. CIC typically focuses on companies with a revenue range of $10 to $500 million and an EBITDA of $3 million to $50 million. CIC focuses on the following industries: food, healthcare services, restaurant and retail, energy and manufacturing. CIC Partners' transactions include Growth Capital, Recapitalizations, Leveraged and Manage-ment Buyouts and the firm makes equity investments of $5 - $100 million.
Maranon Capital invests in a wide range of securities including leveraged loans and equity co-investments in partnership with management teams and private equity firms in the lower middle market, with $5 to $50 million in EBITDA. Currently, the professionals at Maranon Capital are investing $557 million across two funds. Maranon's team has worked on many different types of transactions and seeks to provide senior debt, mezzanine debt, and equity co-investment capital to private companies for leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, refinancings, growth initiatives, acquisitions, and ESOPs. The firm's partners have experience in several broad industries including: business services, consumer products and services, distribution, healthcare services, and manufacturing. The firm offers a broad product line including: Revolving Lines of Credit ($10 to $50 million); Second Lien Term Loans ($10 million-$50 million); Mezzanine Debt ($5 million-$30 million); and Equity co-investments (up to $10 million in conjunction with mezzanine). The firm does not provide capital for early-stage or project based transactions, short term financing bridges or operationally distressed businesses.
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Julie Newman serves as Director at Innvotec. She also served as Director at Midven. She joined Midven as an Executive Director during 2009. Julie chairs the Rainbow Seed Fund Investment Committee and is also a member of the Early Advantage and Advantage Growth Fund Committees. She has spent her 19 year venture capital career specializing in early stage, technology investing. Julie's early career was in operational research with British Gas plc before being seconded to a venture capital fund manager investing a corporate venturing fund on behalf of British Gas. She subsequently co-founded Strathdon Investments Ltd, a specialist technology fund manager, which she helped to grow from start-up in 1998 to an AIM listing in 2004. Julie is an experienced non-executive director and is currently on the board of an IT solutions business.