The Do's and Don'ts of Private Equity

November 22, 2017
Hosted by Kevin Fechtmeyer

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Kevin Fechtmeyer interviews Chris Roden of C3 Capital who makes mezzanine debt investments; find out when those kind of deals make sense and for what kind of companies. Kevin and Chris also go through their Hall of Fame of greatest Do’s and Don’ts of Private Equity which entrepreneurs in their quest for capital will find helpful and entertaining. Later on Kevin and Chris will interview Jeff Mastro, CEO of Steak44, an accomplished restauranteur and a C3 investment. Find out what grade Jeff gives to C3.

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Deal Junkie focuses on Entrepreneurs who want to grow their business and access capital. Private Equity firms have over $1 trillion to invest and are the dominant form of middle market financing, yet it is one of the least transparent markets. What makes the difference between companies who succeed and those who fail in this market? Join Kevin Fechtmeyer, a 27 year industry veteran and his partners on Deal Team 6 who will dissect the deals that come in with thoughtful but brutal honesty and an occasional dose of humor. Find out why most companies aren’t ready for a deal. Deal Junkie is an informative, entertaining mix of interviews and call-ins with deal professionals, investors, CEO’s and other experts. We will interview entrepreneurs who were successful in attracting capital and those that weren’t. If you are in business, you will be able to relate to their real life stories of trials, tribulations and triumph.

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Kevin Fechtmeyer

Kevin Fechtmeyer

Kevin Fechtmeyer has 27 years of experience investing in Private Equity at major firms in New York, completing over $2 billion of investments in over 30 platform companies. He co-founded the leading private equity placement firms on Wall Street from 1990 through 2003 and has made co-investments with over 60 of the largest Private Equity firms in the country. Since 2004 he has managed Cave Creek Capital in Arizona. Cave Creek Capital invests in middle market companies throughout the United States. Cave Creek has completed over $1 billion of transactions in the last decade. Several of the past CEO’s have been nominated for awards, such as E and Y’s Entrepreneur of the Year and INC 500 Fastest Growing companies.

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