Today, HousingWire is announcing that it has acquired the assets of Reverse Publishing, LLC and its associated media brand, The Reverse Review, from American Advisors Group.
Typically, Ben Lane is the one doing the interviewing. Today, Clayton Collins flips the script and leads an interview with HousingWire’s esteemed Editor.
At HousingWire, our mission is Moving Markets Forward. To help our readers and clients continue to put buyers in homes, win market share and build successful businesses, we’re making some serious investments.
On the Editorial front, we see three major opportunities — inform mortgage loan originators, expand multifamily housing awareness, and cover the expansion of private capital in the mortgage lending industry and relevant investment communities.
IRVING, TEXAS – May 4, 2016 – HousingWire, the nation’s leading source of news and information covering the U.S. residential housing finance marketplace, announced today that Charlotte-based Riomar Capital acquired the media platform as part of a recapitalization of the company. This investment affirms Riomar Capital’s support for the HousingWire vision and reinforces commitment to the company’s continued growth. read more…
If you’re involved in deal-making professionally, chances are you’ve encountered search funds and fundless sponsors frequently this year. To gain some perspective, I asked Clayton Collins of Riomar Capital, a search fund based in New York City, to share a firsthand perspective…
Riomar Capital, LLC (“Riomar Capital”) announced today that it has completed fundraising and turned its focus toward the search for a private company to acquire and operate. read more…
Graue Mill Partners, LLC today completed its investment commitment in Riomar Capital, a Search Fund led by Clayton Collins and managed out of New York City. Clayton is a graduate of the Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and most recently had been a mergers & acquisitions banker with RBC Capital Markets.
“The biggest value you get with a search fund is that the funder is committing nearly everything to the company. The funder will spend nearly all his time on the company, most likely move for the company, and be effectively just as dedicated as the original owner-operator. It is hard to match that kind of dedication.”