Greg Daniele Joins Maranon Capital as Associate

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Maranon Capital is pleased to announce that Greg Daniele has joined the company as an Associate. He will become a member of the investment team and will be in charge of evaluating new transaction opportunities, investment underwriting, and portfolio management.

Mr. Daniele has experience in leveraged lending and investment banking. Before joining
Maranon CapitalMaranon Capital, he held the position of a Senior Analyst in the Investment Banking Division at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Maranon Capital’s new Associate obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Economics from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

About Maranon Capital
Founded in 2007, Maranon Capital, L.P. provides senior and unitranche financing, mezzanine debt and equity co-investments for private equity-backed and non-sponsored middle market transactions. The investment firm specializes in senior first and second lien debt, unitranche debt, mezzanine debt, and equity co-investments in partnership with management teams and private equity firms. It is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois with additional offices in Birmingham, Michigan and South Bend, Indiana.

Maranon currently manages over $1 billion of committed capital. It has the flexibility to structure a one-stop financing solution or to provide stand-alone senior or mezzanine debt. The firm does not take control equity positions, but will consider a minority equity role in conjunction with a financing relationship. It prefers to invest in business services, distribution, consumer products and services, manufacturing, and healthcare products and services. It seeks to invest in businesses in North America. For more information about Maranon Capital, visit the firm’s website at www.maranoncapital.com.

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