Tag Archives: Stonegate Capital

WHEN BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD COMPANIES: THE ROLE OF RESCUE CAPITAL

Rescue capital has a long and occasionally sordid history in the United States, growing out of Gilded Age overreach and finding fertile ground in restructuring best practices. Hugh Larratt-Smith takes a stroll through history as he looks back on rescue capital origins before examining what its role could be in the very near future.

Not Your Father’s ABL: Stonegate Capital Targets PE-Backed Businesses

Former Gibraltar Capital co-founder and CEO and Wells Fargo Capital Finance veteran Darren Latimer launched Stonegate Capital Holdings this year with the intention of bringing improved products primarily to private equity-backed businesses in the lower-middle market. Latimer catches up with ABF Journal to discuss Stonegate’s all-star team and its creative and opportunistic strategy.