Bow River Bulletin | Private Equity Can Thrive in Market Downturns

While the COVID-19 global pandemic has created unforeseen challenges for investors across the globe, private equity firms may be well-positioned to take advantage of the opportunities that lie within a market downturn. According to a recent Harvard Business School study,1 private equity (PE) backed companies were found to significantly outperform non-PE backed companies during recessionary… Keep Reading

Veregy, Bow River Capital’s National Energy Services Company, Expands Services, and Geographic Reach with Additional Acquisitions

On April 21, Veregy, a Bow River Capital portfolio company, acquired Texas-based Four Star Fabricators and Service Company, LLC, and Four Star Mechanical, LLC (together, “Four Star”). These transactions mark the seventh and eighth acquisitions under the unified Veregy platform. The partnership with the owners of Four Star, Chris Slaughter, Candsis Slaughter, and Brian Bowman,… Keep Reading

BOW RIVER CAPITAL PARTNERS WITH OCEAN TOMO TO EXPAND THE SIZE AND SCOPE OF THE INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MERCHANT BANC™ FIRM

Bow River’s investment and commitment to follow-on acquisitions expands Ocean Tomo’s industry leading platform and compliments the firms’ 2018 international expansion with Sinofaith IP Group Bow River Capital 2017 Fund (“Bow River”) today announced that it has completed a recapitalization of Ocean Tomo, LLC (“Ocean Tomo”), the Intellectual Capital Merchant Banc™ firm, providing business services… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Seeks Additional Infrastructure Services Investments

Bow River Capital’s private equity funds have been investing in infrastructure services organizations for more than a decade. Given the capital constraints and aging stock of public infrastructure, the built environment continues to be a mainstay in our portfolio construction. As energy efficiency, distributed energy generation, connected devices, and integrated buildings evolve to optimize performance… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Hires Executives from ALPS and Partners Group to Build Registered Fund Business Focused on Private Markets

Bow River Capital, a leading alternative investment firm in Denver, CO has announced that Jeremy Held and Mike Trihy have joined the firm to run its registered asset management business, which will be dedicated to providing exposure to private market investments. Held joins Bow River from ALPS Advisors, where he spent more than two decades… Keep Reading

Bow River 2019 Software Growth Equity Fund Completes Majority Recapitalization of CHSI Technologies

Bow River Capital’s 2019 Software Growth Equity Fund (“Bow River”), announces today that it has completed a majority recapitalization of CHSI Technologies (“CHSI”). CHSI’s cloud-based insurance platform is a market leading solution to help insurance companies comprehensively manage their most critical functions for policy management, underwriting, safety and loss prevention, customer relationship management, financial operations,… Keep Reading

Software Growth Equity White Paper: SaaS and The Rodeo Region

Bow River Capital has raised a new investment vehicle to acquire software technology companies: the 2019 Software Growth Equity (SGE) Fund. The SGE Fund is focused on firms very different from those that Bow River’s Buyout Fund will consider. SGE’s focus is on companies whose primary business model is software technology, targeting firms that have… Keep Reading

Bow River Fund Exits Office Development Asset

Bow River Capital’s (“Bow River”) 2015 Real Estate Fund sold Financial House, a Class A ±74,000 SF mixed-use office development located at 205 Detroit Street on Thursday of last week. The project sits on the NW corner of 2nd Avenue & Detroit Street in the Cherry Creek North submarket of Denver, Colorado. Cherry Creek North… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Real Estate Platform Announces Second Phoenix Acquisition

Valley Commerce Center (“Valley Commerce”) marks Bow River’s second value-add office investment in Phoenix.  Phoenix is experiencing the second fastest non-farm employment growth of any metro area in the US (over a population of 1.0 million). Valley Commerce is strategically located in the Midtown submarket, which has seen an influx of office demand due to… Keep Reading