Stellex, New York private equity firm, opens office in Downtown Pittsburgh
Mark Belko Pittsburgh Post-Gazette August 2, 2022 A New York-based private equity firm is expanding into Pittsburgh. Stellex Capital Management opened an 1,800-square-foot office Monday in U.S. Steel Tower on Grant Street in Downtown. It marks the second regional office in the country opened by Stellex, described as a middle market private equity firm. The other is in Detroit, where it debuted in 2020. In Monday’s announcement, Stellex stated the opening of the Pittsburgh off
Hamilton Lane Closes Inaugural Infrastructure Opportunities Fund, Exceeding its Target
Fund Has Seen Robust Deal Flow, with Seed Portfolio at Roughly Half of Target Size prnewswire.com July 6, 2022 Leading private markets investment management firm Hamilton Lane (NASDAQ: HLNE) today announced the final closing of Hamilton Lane Infrastructure Opportunities Fund ("IOF" or "the Fund"). The Fund and related vehicles represent nearly $590 million in commitments from a wide range of global LPs, well in excess of its $500 million target. The Fund seeks unique direct c
GCM Grosvenor and Blue Wolf Capital Acquire Hallcon Corporation
Acquisition will accelerate the growth of Hallcon’s footprint through expansion into new North American markets and investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure July 05, 2022 globalnewswire.com GCM Grosvenor (Nasdaq: GCMG), a leading global alternative asset management solutions provider, investing through its Labor Impact Strategy, and Blue Wolf Capital Partners LLC (“Blue Wolf”), a New York-based private equity firm with approximately $2.9 billion of assets un
A New Chapter for Atlas Holdings' Marcal Paper
September 1, 2022 Kristen Estell, Heartland Capital Strategies In 2019, a ten-alarm fire destroyed most of the Marcal Paper plant in Elmwood Park, Bergen County New Jersey. But, almost a year later, Marcal had restarted operations, which you can read about in this previous Heartland Blog post. Now Marcal Paper, a leading manufacturer of recycled and eco-friendly bath, towel, and tissue products, and Crow Holdings Development, a leading real estate development company, have an
Celebrate this year's Labor Capital Strategies Fellows!
Another picture from the AFL-CIO headquarters: Second stop: the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House complex! We would like to thank everyone who made the Fellows Field Trip possible! If you would like to help the LCS Fellowship directly, please follow this link to our PayPal.
It’s Time for a New Development Strategy in Coal Country
route-fifty.com, Amanda Woodrum, Co-Director, Campaign to ReImagine Appalachia COMMENTARY | The Ohio River Valley region of Appalachia has long been a political stumbling block in the national climate debate. But with the right resources, it can become a global leader of the new energy economy and a more sustainable future. Editor’s Note: This is the first in a five-part series of articles from ReImagine Appalachia, a coalition working to transform and strengthen the economy
The Manchin-Schumer Deal Could Be the Biggest US Climate Legislation Ever
sierraclub.org 7/30/2022 Nick Cunningham Unless you’ve been on vacation this past week and completely unplugged, you no doubt heard the good news: Secret negotiations between Democratic senators Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin finally resulted in an enormous political breakthrough that took the world by surprise. On July 27, the two announced a deal to make major investments in clean energy and climate. The announcement came just two weeks after the talks over a historic climat
What's in the Democrats' climate and energy legislation
The bill, dubbed the “Inflation Reduction Act of 2022,” would spend nearly $370 billion on a raft of tax credits to help stimulate adoption of clean energy technologies. 7/28/2022 Politico.com Kelsey Tamborrino, Josh Siegel and Zack Colman Senate Democrats struck a deal with West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin on Thursday for an expansive bill that includes the biggest package in U.S. history to address climate change. The bill, H.R. 5376 (117), dubbed the “Inflation Reduction Act