Years with firm: 6
Tom Turpin started his career in the corporate finance department at Goldman Sachs. After eight years in finance, he spent 12 years as chief executive of several operating companies. He returned to finance in 2005 as managing director at Allied Capital. Turpin founded Riverbrook in July 2011. He serves on the boards of Fiesta Concession, Atacama Inc., Cloud & Fire Charter High School, C5LA, and Cantinas Foundation. He was previously a board member of BlueWater Defense and Oregon Public Broadcasting. He is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Business School.
Industry specialization: Riverbrook is a generalist firm, providing corporate finance as well as merger and acquisition services to clients in many different industries.
Deal value range: Clients with annual sales of $10 million to $200 million and Ebitda of between $2 million and $15 million.
Recent transactions: Sale of recreational vehicle products manufacturer Adco Products Inc. to corporate buyer; sale of systems integrator for municipal water treatment facilities to corporate buyer; transaction advisory on corporate merger for Prime Public Relations; advised co-founder on buyout of partner for Tumbleweed Transportation; sale of home health care company Epic Homecare to an investor group; arranged growth capital financing for a full-service ad agency; leveraged recapitalization of plush toy manufacturer Fiesta Concession.
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