Three investment professionals have been promoted to principal: Mike Vostrizansky, Brent Fierro and Alex Malvone.
Mr. Vostrizansky joined FTV in 2017 and is focused on investments in both financial services and payments and transaction processing. He is currently a board director at Bought by Many, a tech-enabled global pet insurance provider, and Sunlight Financial, a tech-enabled point-of-sale lending enablement platform focused on solar and home improvement, which recently announced it will be going public via a SPAC merger. He is also involved with TangoCard, a leading global provider of digital rewards and incentives to enterprises and SMBs.
Mr. Fierro joined FTV in 2013 and is focused on investments in financial services. He is currently a board director at Centaur Fund Services, a leader in fund administration and fiduciary services for the alternative investment industry; Derivative Path, a capital markets technology platform; Lean Solutions Group, a provider of nearshore, expert outsourced solutions for the transportation and logistics industry; and Enfusion, a leading global provider of cloud-based investment management solutions. He was previously a board director at Strata Fund Solutions, an alternative investment fund administrator, which recently announced it is being acquired by Alter Domus, and Health Credit Services, a point-of-sale financing platform for medical care, which was acquired by Ally Financial in 2019.
Mr. Malvone joined FTV in 2013 and is focused on investments in enterprise technology and services. He is currently a board director at RapidRatings, a provider of financial health data and analytics. He is also involved with EBANX, a leading cross-border payments company in Latin America; LiveIntent, a global marketing platform; MarketsandMarkets, a provider of B2B market research and insights; Paddle, a revenue delivery platform for SaaS providers; and ReliaQuest, a global leader in enterprise cybersecurity.
“Mike, Brent and Alex have demonstrated strong deal team leadership, from proprietary idea generation and sourcing, rigorous diligence and sound investment judgment to strategic value creation for portfolio companies,” said Brad Bernstein, FTV Capital managing partner. “Their efforts and achievements have contributed to the ongoing success of FTV, and we are extremely pleased to recognize their accomplishments.”
The firm also announced that investment professional Gary Weber, financial services and payments and transaction processing, and Tonia Barbato, investment sourcing operations, have been promoted to vice president.
Other FTV promotions include:
- Chris McPherson to senior associate (enterprise technology and services)
- Nia Hall to business development analyst
- Eleni Miachika to business development and investor relations analyst
- Liz Rayle to talent analyst
- Sandra Tse to legal, compliance, and financial operations analyst
“While 2020 was an unprecedentedly challenging year for so many, FTV was fortunate to have had a record year of achievement as a result of the dedicated, thoughtful, hard work of our collective team,” continued Bernstein. “As an important component of our continued growth, we are particularly excited to acknowledge all of those who were promoted for their outstanding contributions.”
About FTV Capital
FTV Capital is a growth equity investment firm that has raised nearly $4 billion to invest in high-growth companies offering a range of innovative solutions in three sectors: enterprise technology and services, financial services, and payments and transaction processing. FTV’s experienced team leverages its domain expertise and proven track record in each of these sectors to help motivated management teams accelerate growth. FTV also provides companies with access to its Global Partner Network®, a group of the world’s leading enterprises and executives who have helped FTV portfolio companies for two decades. Founded in 1998, FTV Capital has invested in more than 120 portfolio companies, including 6 Degrees Health, Agiloft, A-LIGN, Bought by Many, Centaur Fund Services, Clearent, CloudFactory, Derivative Path, Docupace, EBANX, Egress, Enfusion, Lean Solutions Group, Liberis, Neon One, Open Sesame, Paddle, RapidRatings, ReliaQuest, Riskalyze, Security Compass, Sunlight Financial, Sysnet, Tango Card, True Potential and Vagaro, and successfully exited companies including Apex Fund Services (recapitalized by Genstar), Empyrean Benefit Solutions (acquired by Securian Financial), ExlServices (IPO), Fleet One (acquired by WEX), Globant (NYSE IPO), Health Credit Services (acquired by Ally Financial), InvestCloud (recapitalized), MarketShare (acquired by Neustar), MedSynergies (acquired by Optum), Mu Sigma (recapitalized), and WorldFirst (acquired by Ant Financial). FTV has offices in San Francisco and New York. For more information, please visit www.ftvcapital.com.