DETROIT — Huron Capital Partners, a leading middle market private equity firms, added four executives who will serve in business development, investment sourcing and execution roles to help deploy its recently-raised $500 million fund, The Huron Fund IV, LP.
Heather Madland, vice president of deal origination, will be responsible for Huron’s business development and investment sourcing activities. Madland brings 15 years of business development, marketing, sponsorship and relationship management experience to Huron. Most recently, she served as a director with SPP Capital Partners, a New York-based investment bank focused on raising debt and equity capital for middle market companies, where she was responsible for all West Coast operations and business development activities.
Mark Miller joins Huron’s transaction team as vice president and will be responsible for sourcing, analyzing, closing and managing investments. Prior to Huron, Miller was a senior associate with Glencoe Capital where he successfully evaluated investment opportunities and companies for the firm. Miller previously worked for JPMorgan’s Mid-Corporate Investment Banking Group, where he handled M&A and debt and equity analysis.
Huron also announced the addition of two analysts, Tod Pesses and Mike Zukas, who will be responsible for investment evaluation and analysis. Pesses joins Huron after serving in corporate development roles at CareFusion and Cardinal Health. Zukas previously held roles at R. H. Bluestein and Co., Rothschild and North American Management Corp.
“With our new hires, we have significantly bolstered our sourcing and execution capabilities” said Brian Demkowicz, Huron’s co-founder and managing partner.