Altimer Capital, Boston, MA San FranciscoOfficially launched by a CA-based asset management company that targets credit opportunities in the rapidly growing field of digital transformation.
TheFirm aims to support small and medium-sized businesses that use technology to improve business agility and resilience.
LedBy Natasha FoxAnd Patrick White, Altimer CapitalEquity financing solutions for companies across all sectors that support them in their technology-driven transformation. The firm, which will focus on the lower half of the middle market, leverages its founders’ extensive investment experience in technologyAnd data-enabled businesses and executes transactions.
Ms. Fox and Mr. WhiteFormer colleagues at an alternative asset manager American Capital(acquired by Ares CapitalIn 2017, they teamed up again to combine their 20-years of investment experience with deep expertise in the technology and software industries that drive digital transformation.
PriorLaunch Altimer Capital, Ms. FoxIt was a Founding Managing PartnerThis is Avante Capital Partners, where she raisedAnd managed two institutional funds and served on the firm’s Investment and Management committees. She led an investment team that executed transactions in the software, business services and industrial sectors, creating portfolio value that drove the fund’s top-tier performance during her decade with the firm. Before co-founding Avante, Ms. FoxWas PrincipalAnd HeadYou can find the San FranciscoOffice of American CapitalShe and Mr. WhiteThey worked closely together. Joining the firm shortly after inception, she helped grow the firm’s AUM from $150 million to $20 billion. Ms. FoxOver two decades of experience in middle market leveraged finance, focusing on equity and debt financing solutions. DuringHer career. Ms. FoxMultiple servings BoardsThis is DirectorsPortfolio companies and has been a dedicated supporter of women entrepreneurs and private equity.
Before co-founding Altimer Capital, Mr. WhiteIt was a Managing DirectorWith Benefit Street PartnersIn San Francisco, where he led the firm’s credit investment activities in the Western U.S. Benefit Street PartnersThe primary private and liquid credit entity and credit manager for $37 billion, is the Bank of America. Franklin Templeton’s alternative investments platform. PriorTo Benefit Street, Mr. White co-led Monroe Capital’s software and technology practice. Mr. WhiteOver 20 years of experience in middle-market finance. Provides senior and junior debt as well as minority equity to companies in software and technology and other adjacent sectors. Mr. WhiteAlso held senior roles at American Capital, H.I.G. CapitalAnd Wells Fargo Foothill. Mr. WhiteAre you a veteran of Operation Iraqi FreedomHe served in numerous combat leadership positions as an analyst. Infantry OfficerThe U.S. Army.