Having led MidOcean Partners from its days as a private equity division of Deutsche Bank, through independence and several economic cycles, CEO Ted Virtue has a deep understanding of trends in the middle-market and how to unlock the value of businesses.
In an interview with Privcap, Virtue discusses why he likes the sub-$500 million deal space, why he believes the 2013 M&A market will be very active, why his firm likes “under-levered”
View the full video interview here - http://www.privcap.com/
Ted Virtue is CEO of MidOcean Partners, a mid-market private equity firm with offices in New York and London. The firm has more than $2.5 billion under management and has managed investments in more than 75 companies in Europe and the United States. Prior to founding MidOcean Partners, Virtue was CEO of DB Capital Partners, with oversight for Deutsche Bank's $35 billion direct investment portfolio. He was also on the management board of Deutsche Bank AG. Prior to Deutsche Bank's acquisition of Bankers Trust, Virtue was president of Bankers Trust Alex. Brown and head of Global Finance for Bankers Trust. Previously, he was a senior vice president at Drexel Burnham Lambert, where he ran the high-yield commercial paper division. Virtue is a graduate of Middlebury College.