Members of the Red Hook Capital team will be in Jonathan Club Santa Monica Beach Club for meeting with people and entities (family office, SPV, etc.) during the month of June.
FUND: Meeting one of our fund managers and HNWI that in less than 90 days is having distribution back to our Hybrid Fund.
DO GOOD FUND: Meeting one of our fund managers for SPAC and fund that is helping solar and water projects worldwide. Did I say he also makes movies for fun and family office has been doing projects worldwide for over 30 years?
JUST FUN: Dinner with other HNWI hosted by one of our fund managers (and largest investor) at Jonathan Club’s Santa Monica Beach Club with other family offices and HNWI.
Track record of co-investing with others to get returns;
Like minded investors that like to have fun (we had an amazing event at luxury car show at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island);
Interview with RHC staff where we show you our PROOF of fund and investments with the understanding that you or your entity have $5 million invested in deals and are an active two-way investor (we invest in your deals and you invest in your deals).
Contact Sarah M at Sarah@RHC21.Fund or visit our staff on LinkedIn at Jack D or Charlette F anytime.
RHC family of funds has strong propietary deal flow, but we always welcome referralf for $3 million plus EBITDA companies, accredited investors with $100,000 USD to co-invest, family offices with proof funds for $5 million to co-invest, and other sources of capital with track record and proof of funds.
Contact Sarah, Special Partner to a RHC fund, about setting up meeting with manager member of RHC’s funds or Special Purpose Entity (SPV/SPE) for co-investing.
Join our private investor network group to have access to our resources such as Pitchbook ($25,000 USD year value) and our sources of capital.
The US middle market ended a tempestuous year by recording $480.9 billion in deal value—by a slim margin the highest annual number on record. After the near halt of deal activity in the wake of COVID-19 in Q2 2020, convergent trends drove the middle-market recovery in Q3 and a dealmaking frenzy in Q4. In 2020, deals priced under $500 million accounted for the greatest share of middle-market deals since the global financial crisis (GFC), as some PE firms acted opportunistically to acquire assets at a discount, while others snapped up small companies with growth potential buoyed by the pandemic. At the upper end of the market, a flight to quality drove elevated valuations in the technology, healthcare, and financial services sectors.
In 2020, US middle-market exits fell for the second year in a row as many GPs delayed Q2 exits amid market turmoil. However, by the end of the year, GPs were making up for lost time in earnest, driving Q4 exit activity above pre-pandemic levels—a trend that will likely continue into 2021. Although sponsor-to-sponsor exits declined YoY, they remained the most common exit type for middle-market portfolio companies. Looking ahead, special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) mergers may facilitate more public exits for middlemarket companies
Although the amount of capital raised dipped by approximately one third YoY, 2020’s US middle-market fundraising proved resilient all things considered. GPs raised 127 middle-market funds for a combined $101.1 billion—a far cry from 2019’s record-breaking heights but roughly on par with fundraising levels in 2016-2018. As a result of 2020’s disruptions, LPs flocked to middlemarket funds raised by the largest PE firms, especially funds focused on technology and healthcare.
To access our research data contact Sarah or Charlotte via LinkedIn:
Charlotte, Intern and member of single family office
(use email to connect on LinkedIn: firstname.lastname@example.org)
IMPORANT: Please confirm what type of capital you can provide such as accredited investor, fund with $5 million USD dry powder, family office with proof funds of $5 million USD, private equity with proof of $5 million USD, or other sources of capital with proof of funds.