John j veronis
Veronis, Chairman and Co-Chief Executive, who cofounded the firm in , has withdrawn from partnership in Veronis Suhler Stevenson VSS , the private equity firm that invests buyout and mezzanine capital funds in the information, education, marketing services, and media and communications industries in North America and Europe. While John Veronis's partnership interest has been redeemed by the firm, he intends to continue to fulfill his existing investment commitments to VSS funds as well to other funds in which he is a limited partner. John Veronis's career to date reflects a rare combination of entrepreneurial successes in the broadly defined communications industry and in the financial worlds of investment banking and private equity. Over the years, Mr. Veronis has developed and maintains worldwide relationships in the media, information and education industries and throughout the financial community. He has been preparing for his transition from VSS for many months. Accordingly, his withdrawal will allow him to devote more time to pursue a wide range of opportunities in the media, information and financial communities. My withdrawal from participation in the firm, which effectuates a long-contemplated transition, is another step in the evolution of VSS, and I wish the firm and its partners and employees success in their future activities. Jeffrey T. Stevenson, who joined the firm in , will continue to serve as the Managing Partner of VSS and its sponsored funds.
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VSS is a private investment firm that invests in the information, business services, healthcare IT, education, media and marketing industries in North America and Europe. To date, VSS funds have invested in 74 platform companies, which have together completed over add-on acquisitions. Veronis and John S. Stevenson joined the company the following year, and became a named partner in As of [update] VSS's portfolio of equity and capital funds have been invested in 74 companies, resulting in over add-ons and acquisitions transactions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. VSS Type. VSS corporate website. Retrieved Private equity and venture capital investment firms.
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