Slideshow The M&A Scene: Private Equity Pros to Watch

Published
  • May 22 2012, 4:03pm EDT


Molly Ashby <br>Solera Capital

The founder and chief executive of Solera Capital is one of the key minds behind Annie's being one of the most successful private equity-backed IPOs of the year

Content Continues Below


Pam Hendrickson <br>The Riverside Co.

The Riverside COO has extended her role outside of the firm, going as far as testifying before the U.S. Congress on behalf of the PE industry

Andy Jhawar <br>Apollo Global Management

The senior partner of Apollo has been known to invest in several emerging-growth companies, including natural and organic food retailer Sprouts Farmers Market

Terrence Mullen <br>Arsenal Capital Partners

The co-founder and partner of the middle-market private equity firm admits he did things the hard way

Content Continues Below


Hadley Mullin <br>TSG Consumer Partners

To stay ahead of the curve, TSG's managing director is constantly helping the firm look outside the box for new opportunities

Gretchen Perkins <br>Huron Capital Partners

Huron's vice president of business development says business conditions are getting better

Vikrant Raina <br>BV Investment Partners

The former investment banker is credited with helping evolve the Boston-based firm into an information services specialist

Content Continues Below


Geoffrey Rehnert <br>The Audax Group

The founder of Boston-based Audax wants America to get a better understanding of how the PE industry works

Andrew Rice <br>The Jordan Co.

Dealflow in China was exploding, but spotty in the other countries; Rice and his team shifted their focus accordingly

Andrew Sheiner <br>Onex

The Onex managing director will leave the firm on June 30 to open his own shop