Farragut Seeks Investment Associate to Join its Washington, DC Team

Farragut Capital Partners is a lower middle market private equity firm based in Washington, DC that provides debt and minority equity capital to privately held businesses in support of leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, acquisitions, and other growth initiatives.  Now launching its second fund, Farragut is looking to add a Pre-MBA Investment Associate to its investment team. 

Key responsibilities of the Pre-MBA Investment Associate will include:

  • Assisting in originating and executing new investments, including through financial modeling, company diligence, industry research, and creation of investment committee materials and presentations;

  • Monitoring the financial performance of Farragut’s portfolio companies, including performing trend analysis and tracking key performance metrics;

  • Analyzing investment performance by maintaining and updating valuations and financial models at the portfolio company and fund levels;

  • Preparing quarterly investor reports and other presentations for fund investors;

  • Attending board calls and communicating with portfolio company management; and

  • Tracking new investment opportunities and maintaining the firm’s CRM.

The ideal candidate for the Pre-MBA Investment Associate position will have the following attributes:

  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, and/or economics preferred;

  • One to three years in investment banking, leveraged finance, commercial banking, accounting, and/or corporate finance;

  • Well-versed in corporate accounting with excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills;

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

  • Advanced Microsoft Excel modeling skills, including proficiency with LBO models;

  • Highly organized and detail-oriented, with demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and experience working in a small team setting;

  • Confidence and maturity to interact well with the fund’s principals and C-suite executives of current and prospective portfolio companies; and

  • High character, strong work ethic, entrepreneurial spirit, desire to learn.

Please send resumes and cover letters to rhagerty@farragutcapitalpartners.com.

Farragut Invests in Leading Over-the-Counter Healthcare & Consumer Products Company

Washington, DC – Farragut Capital Partners, Inc. (“Farragut”) is pleased to announce the closing of a $4.5 million subordinated debt investment in Wisconsin Pharmacal Co., LLC (the “Company”) in partnership with management.  Proceeds from the transaction were used to refinance existing debt. 

Founded over 100 years ago and based near Milwaukee, Wisconsin Pharmacal is a manufacturer and distributor of consumer products to the outdoor recreation, first aid, and over-the-counter personal care and hygiene markets.  The Company provides private label products to leading drug store and big box retailers in addition to products sold under its own brands, which include MG217 psoriasis products, vH Essentials feminine care products, and Potable Aqua water purification tablets.

“We’re excited to partner with Jeff and his team at Wisconsin Pharmacal,” said Phil McNeill, Managing Partner of Farragut.  “The Company is already a leader in a variety of niche product categories, and we look forward to supporting them as they continue to grow the existing portfolio and through the addition of other specialty brands.”

Farragut Invests in Ted's Bulletin Holdings, LLC

Farragut Invests in Ted's Bulletin Holdings, LLC

Farragut Capital Partners, LLC is pleased to announce the closing of an investment in Ted’s Bulletin Holdings, LLC.  Farragut invested subordinated debt and preferred equity in support of the acquisition of the Ted’s Bulletin group of restaurants from Matchbox Food Group.  The acquisition was led by Steve Salis, CEO of Salis Holdings and a successful entrepreneur known for building brands across a range of hospitality, leisure, real estate and retail businesses, and private equity firm JPB Capital Partners, a leader in retail and consumer-focused lower middle market buyouts.