• Accretive Solutions

  • Actient Pharmaceuticals

    Location: Lake Forest, IL
    Initial Investment: 03/10/2009
    Actient Pharmaceuticals, headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois, was a healthcare company focused on acquiring and operating specialty pharmaceutical companies and products. Actient targeted opportunities that included products already approved or currently marketed, as well as late-stage development drugs.
  • Adra Systems

  • Advanced Robotics

  • AETEA Information Technology

  • Aligned Asset Managers

    Location: Stamford, CT
    Initial Investment: 09/30/2011
    Aligned Asset Managers, headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, is a financial services holding company that specializes in making substantial equity investments in traditional and alternative investment firms.
  • Alliant Resources Group

    Location: Stamford, CT
    Initial Investment: 01/24/2000
    During the period of GTCR’s investment, Alliant Resources Group was a U.S. distributor of insurance and financial services. Operating through a national network of member companies, Alliant offered an extensive portfolio of property and casualty, employee benefits, life insurance, retirement and savings programs, and comprehensive risk-management services.
  • Alpha Q, Inc. (REB Industries)

  • American Broadcasting (Betacom)

  • American Habilitation

  • American Healthcare

  • American Income Holding

  • American Medical Laboratories

    Location: Chantilly, VA
    Initial Investment: 05/02/1997
    American Medical Laboratories (“AML”) provided esoteric testing services to various healthcare professionals, and esoteric and routine laboratory testing services in the geographic markets of metropolitan Washington, D.C., and Nevada. As of April 2002, AML was a subsidiary of Quest Diagnostics Inc.
  • American Mediserve

    Location: Naperville, IL
    Initial Investment: 08/02/1994
    American Mediserve provided pharmacy services to long-term care institutions, including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and other long-term healthcare settings. As of September 1997, the company was a subsidiary of Omnicare, Inc.
  • American Sanitary

  • AnswerThink

    Location: Miami, FL
    Initial Investment: 04/25/1997
    GTCR founded AnswerThink with Ted Fernandez, the former head of KPMG Peat Marwick’s IT consulting practice. GTCR provided capital to start the new company and to finance the company’s strategy of organic growth and selective strategic acquisitions. Now part of the Hackett Group, Inc., a publicly traded company (NASDAQ:HCKT), AnswerThink’s services included e-business strategy, interactive marketing and branding, and technology architecture and integration. AnswerThink’s business applications services included integration and support for i2, Lawson, Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, Siebel and Workforce applications.
  • Anthony’s Manufacturing

  • AppNet

    Location: Bethesda, MD
    Initial Investment: 07/01/1998
    GTCR founded AppNet with Ken Bajaj in 1998. Mr. Bajaj was formerly vice chairman of Wang Laboratories, president of I-NET, founder of Perot Systems and a senior executive at EDS. With a capital commitment from GTCR, AppNet developed software and systems expertise, allowing it to grow to become one of the largest electronic commerce integration companies. The company integrated software platforms such as Broadvision, Vignette, Ariba and Commerce One. AppNet went public in 1999 and was sold to Commerce One in 2000.
  • APS Healthcare

    Location: Silver Spring, MD
    Initial Investment: 06/01/2007
    APS Healthcare was a specialty healthcare services company that provided a range of outsourced healthcare service solutions to government entities, health plans and employers. APS Healthcare delivered a portfolio of targeted care management and behavioral health programs designed to enable customers to reduce healthcare costs and improve the quality of care. These programs included disease management, behavioral healthcare, employee assistance programs (EAP), informatics and quality review/oversight programs.
  • Argent Healthcare Financial Services

  • Aspire

  • AssuredPartners

    Location: Lake Mary, FL
    Initial Investment: July 2011, Fund X
    GTCR partnered with long-time insurance brokerage industry leaders Jim Henderson and Tom Riley in July 2011 to form AssuredPartners. Through its network of agencies, AssuredPartners provided property and casualty and employee benefits insurance brokerage services to commercial enterprises and individuals. AssuredPartners grew to become the 6th largest independent P&C insurance brokerage firms in the nation, with offices in over 30 states, the District of Columbia and London.
  • ATI Physical Therapy, Inc.

    Location: Bolingbrook, IL
    Initial Investment: 03/12/2010
    ATI Physical Therapy, Inc. ("ATI") is a provider of physical therapy and an operator of outpatient rehabilitation clinics. ATI provides comprehensive outpatient services through more than 100 clinics across Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Founded in 1996, ATI offers a suite of customized treatment therapy programs that incorporate elements of physical therapy, exercise physiology and athletic training.
  • ATM Network Management

  • Automated Correspondence

  • B R Industries

  • BankServ

  • Barefoot Grass Lawn Service

  • Belvedere

  • Benchmark Services

  • Benesource

  • Black Hawk Holding

  • Brience

  • Bulk Logistics

  • Burnham Service

  • Bush

  • C-III

  • Cable Design Technologies (Intercole)

  • CAK

  • California Fashion

  • Camax Systems

  • Cambridge Protection Industries Holdings

    Location: Chicago, IL
    Initial Investment: 03/27/2000
    Exit Investment: 03/27/2001
    IPO Date: 03/27/2002
    GTCR partnered with security industry veteran Jim Covert in 2000 to create Cambridge Protection Industries Holdings. Cambridge pursued a strategy of acquiring medium-sized businesses and quickly purchased two regional alarm-monitoring companies in 2000. In early 2001, Cambridge acquired SecurityLink from SBC Ameritech, a company that Mr. Covert had himself founded in 1987 and sold to Ameritech in 1994. Cambridge was sold to Tyco’s ADT in the summer of 2001.
  • Capella Healthcare, LLC

    Location: Franklin, TN
    Initial Investment: 03/04/2005
    Capella Healthcare is an operator of community hospitals in growing, mid-sized communities across the U.S. Capella’s hospitals are operated in tandem with local healthcare leaders, hospital boards, physicians and employees. Capella targets hospitals that are struggling to meet the growing demands of governmental regulation, complicated reimbursement requirements, and the constant and capital-intensive upgrading of equipment and facilities. Capella infuses capital to expand services quickly and provides the highly specialized expertise to recruit physicians, maximize cash flow, improve quality and control costs.
  • Cardinal Logistics Management

  • CCC Information Services

  • CellNet Technology

    Location: Alpharetta, GA
    Initial Investment: 07/23/2004
    CellNet Technology was a provider of real-time automated meter reading and distribution automation solutions to the utility industry. The company supplied gas, water and electric utilities with products that enabled them to communicate with residential, commercial and industrial meters using wireless and IP network communications.
  • Cellular Network

  • Certus Enterprises

  • Cherrydale Farms

  • Classic Media (Boomerang Media)

    Location: New York, NY
    Initial Investment: 01/18/2008
    Classic Media was an entertainment content media business with an extensive portfolio of some of the world’s leading children, family and pop-culture entertainment brands. Classic Media’s portfolio of media content included more than 3,600 hours of programming distributed to 170 territories worldwide, experienced across multiple media formats, including TV, film, home video, consumer products, publishing, digital and music.
  • Clicklogistics

  • Coinmach Corporation

    Location: Charlotte, NC
    Initial Investment: 07/06/2000
    Coinmach Corporation (AMEX:DRY) provided outsourced laundry equipment services for multi-family housing properties in North America. It engaged in leasing laundry rooms from building owners and property management companies, installing and servicing laundry equipment and operating retail laundromats. Through Appliance Warehouse of America, the company leased laundry machines and other household appliances to property owners and managers of multi-family housing properties. Through Super Laundry Equipment Corp. (“Super Laundry”), Coinmach constructed, designed and retrofitted laundromats and distributed laundromat equipment. In addition, Super Laundry built and developed laundromat facilities for sale as franchise locations.
  • CompBenefits Corporation

    Location: Roswell, GA
    Initial Investment: 06/17/1999
    During the period of GTCR’s investment, CompBenefits Corporation developed and administrated dental insurance and vision insurance plan benefits, providing insurance plans to over 4.5 million members in the South and Midwest.
  • Compression Labs

  • Comsys Technical Services

  • Continental Medical Systems

  • Convergence

  • Cord Blood Registry

    Location: San Bruno, CA
    Initial Investment: 09/19/2012
    Cord Blood Registry ("CBR") is a market leader in the collection, processing and storage of umbilical cord blood stem cells for family use. CBR provides services which enable expectant families to preserve their child’s umbilical cord blood for potential future medical use by the child or a related family member. CBR is entrusted by families with storing cord blood and tissue for more than 400,000 children.
  • Crellin

  • Crystal Products

  • CuraScript

    Location: Orlando, FL
    Initial Investment: 07/06/2000
    CuraScript provided specialty medications and support to individuals with chronic illnesses. It offered various services for physicians, health plan sponsors and pharmaceutical manufacturers. The company, together with its parent company, published various industry reports designed to keep the industry informed of current events in the pharmaceutical arena. It also had a network of satellite distribution pharmacies. As of January 2004, CuraScript operated as a subsidiary of Express Scripts, Inc.
  • Curo Health Services

    Location: Mooresville, NC
    Initial Investment: 05/01/2010
    Curo Health Services, located in Mooresville, North Carolina, provides home healthcare and hospice services throughout various communities across the country. Guided by a patient’s physician, Curo’s team of clinicians combine clinical expertise with dedicated and compassionate care to help patients increase their independence and live a better quality of life.
  • Datakey

  • Dataspeed

  • Davis Vision

  • Delite Outdoor Advertising

  • Dental Health (CompBenefits)

  • Devicor Medical Products

    Location: Pleasant Prairie, WI
    Initial Investment: 11/04/2008
    Devicor Medical Products is focused on acquiring and developing medical device businesses and products with a clinical preference. This medical device company owns Mammotome, a breast care medical device business that develops, manufactures and markets breast biopsy devices and medical device accessories in over 40 countries worldwide.
  • Dickson Media

  • DigitalNet

    Location: Herndon, VA
    Initial Investment: 09/07/2001
    GTCR partnered for the second time with Ken Bajaj (see AppNet) in 2002 to acquire Getronics NV’s U.S.-based government IT services business. DigitalNet was a provider of managed government network services, government information security solutions, and application development and integration services to U.S. government defense, intelligence and civilian federal government agencies. This government technology company also provided seat management services and monitoring and maintenance of government computer systems on a per-desktop basis. This government technology company completed an initial public equity offering in October 2003 and was acquired by British Aerospace in October 2004.
  • Dimac

  • DRG Funding Corporation

  • Dynacare

  • E G & G

  • Emc – Mcdata

  • Envision Financial Technologies (Users)

  • Ero Industries

  • Esquire Communications

  • Excaliber Tubular

  • Excelerate

  • ExcelusHR

  • Fairmount

  • Fiderus

  • Financial Services Merchandising

  • First Systems

  • ForeFront Education

  • Frontline Group

  • Fundtech

    Location: New York, NY
    Initial Investment: 08/24/2011
    Fundtech is a provider of transaction banking software and services to financial institutions and corporations worldwide. The company offers SaaS and license-based solutions which facilitate electronic corporate payments and bank-to-bank payment transactions. Fundtech represents the combination of Fundtech Ltd, a previously publicly traded company, and BankServ, a GTCR portfolio company.
  • FutureNext Consulting

  • GeneraMedix Pharmaceuticals

    Location: Liberty Corner, NJ
    Initial Investment: 07/01/2004
    GeneraMedix Pharmaceuticals was an international generic pharmaceutical company primarily focused on the development and sale of injectable products utilized in hospitals and specialty clinics.
  • Genpass

  • Gensar (formerly TPI)

  • Geographic Systems

  • Global Imaging Systems

  • Golden Gate Logistics

  • Golf Enterprises

  • Graceway Pharmaceuticals

  • Graphic Packaging

  • GTC Acquisition

  • GTC AUTOMOTIVE (discontinued IC)

  • Haddon Craftsmen

  • Hawkeye Communications

  • HCR ACQUISITION (discontinued IC)

  • Health Care Tech.

  • Health!Quest

  • HealthSpring

    Location: Nashville, TN
    Initial Investment: 03/01/2005
    HealthSpring (NYSE:HS) was a managed-care organization that operated commercial and Medicare Advantage health plans through comprehensive provider networks in four states. Founded by insurance industry veteran Herbert Fritch, NewQuest, HealthSpring’s parent company, grew its Medicare and commercial membership to over 100,000 members.
  • Heritage Golf Group

    Location: San Diego, CA
    Initial Investment: 01/24/2000
    Heritage Golf Group is an owner/operator of golf course properties in the United States.
  • Heritage Propane

  • Higmark

  • HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation

    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Initial Investment: 04/06/2000
    HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation (NYSE:HBMC) was a publicly traded residential mortgage real estate investment trust holding a leveraged portfolio of prime mortgage loans. HomeBanc originated loans through a retail network of stores and strategic marketing alliances. The company focused on select markets within Georgia, Florida and North Carolina and sought to meet or exceed client expectations with point-of-service technology, innovative products and a consultative approach to delivering creative solutions to its customers. In May 2000, GTCR partnered with the management team (led by the current CEO Patrick Flood) of First Tennessee Bank’s mortgage division to buy First Tennessee’s mortgage operations. In July 2004, HomeBanc completed an IPO as a REIT.
  • Hospital Group of America

  • HSM Electronic Protection Services

    Location: Lisle, IL
    Initial Investment: 06/08/2004
    HSM Electronic Protection Services (“HSM”) was a provider of electronic security monitoring services in the United States. The company provided design, installation, maintenance and monitoring services for electronic security systems to commercial and residential customers. Based in Lisle, Illinois, HSM was led by James Covert, a veteran of the security monitoring business.
  • InfoHighway

  • Intecap

  • International Check Services

  • International Computer Graphics

  • Interspec

  • Invenergy

  • IPS – Paystation

  • ITI Marketing Services

  • IVI Management Systems (Execunet)

  • Ixo

  • Keystone Group

  • KKR Investment Pool

  • LabPortal

  • Land Lease Group

  • Landmark FBO Holdings

    Location: Houston, TX
    Initial Investment: 02/29/2008
    Landmark FBO Holdings was among the world’s largest fixed-based operator (FBO) networks offering fueling, maintenance and ground support services to the general and commercial aviation markets. Landmark’s business plan focused on the expansion of its general and commercial aviation market network by the acquisition and development of FBOs throughout the U.S. and internationally.
  • Lason Systems

  • Leapsource

  • LifeCare Management Services

    Location: Plano, TX
    Initial Investment: 03/12/1998
    Founded in 1993, LifeCare Management Services operated long-term acute-care hospitals. Its hospitals provided long-term acute-care services to patients with serious and complex medical conditions.
  • Lighthouse

  • Managed Health Care Associates

    Location: Florham Park, NJ
    Initial Investment: 07/03/2004
    Managed Health Care Associates (“MHA”) was an Alternate Site Group Purchasing Organization (GPO). In addition to MHA’s core LTC pharmacy business, MHA offered GPO services to many other classes of trade. Members utilized MHA’s services to assist in the purchasing of everything from pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to capital equipment and food. MHA also offered a variety of services to pharmaceutical manufacturers including contract administration, marketing and continuing education.
  • Marquest Resources

  • Maxim Healthcare

  • MC Industries

  • Medical Care International

  • Medical Trans of America

  • Medplus

  • Medsouth

  • Meridian Communications

  • Merlin Media

  • Metamor Worldwide (CORESTAFF)

    Location: Houston, TX
    Initial Investment: 08/02/1993
    GTCR partnered with Michael Willis to build Metamor Worldwide (formerly CORESTAFF, Inc.) into an IT services business. Metamor’s services included ERP implementation, network services, offshore development and maintenance, outsourced software engineering, web consulting and IT staffing. Metamor was sold to PSINet in 2000.
  • MHA

  • Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals

  • Mountain Valley Water

  • MS Financial

  • MSP Television Midland

  • National Computer Print

  • National Equipment Services

  • NaviSite

  • New Hope Pain Centers

  • Nicholstone Printing

  • Northern Investment

  • NPC

  • NSC Communications

  • Nu-Med

  • Opti-Craft

  • Otrona Advanced Systems

  • Ovation Pharmaceuticals

    Location: Deerfield, IL
    Initial Investment: 04/18/2002
    Ovation Pharmaceuticals was a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on acquiring under-promoted branded pharmaceutical products and promising late-stage development products. Ovation sought to increase the sales of its acquired products through the implementation of active selling efforts and creative marketing programs, and through product life-cycle activities that focused on developing new formulations, new indications and other product improvements.
  • Paging Network

  • Palladian Financial

  • Paragon Family Services

  • Phenix Venture Acquisitions

  • Physicians Radio (Sage)

  • Polymer Group / Polypore

  • Premium Credit Limited

    Location: Epsom, England, UK
    Initial Investment: 10/31/2012
    Premium Credit Limited is a provider of payment facilitation and financing services in the UK and Ireland. The company’s insurance premium finance business provides consumer and business policyholders with the ability to pay insurance premiums by periodic monthly installments instead of a single annual payment. The company also provides payment facilitation and financing services for professional fees, school fees, membership subscriptions and other commercial services. Across its business lines, Premium Credit participates in processing and funding more than 22 million transactions annually, associated with approximately £3 billion in payment volume for approximately 2 million customers. Premium Credit has a staff of more than 300 employees and operates through its headquarters in Epsom, England, UK, and a second office in Dublin, Ireland.
  • Prestige Brands

  • Prime Succession

  • PrivateBancorp

    Location: Chicago, IL
    Initial Investment: 12/11/2007
    PrivateBancorp, through its PrivateBank subsidiaries, provides highly personalized, premium financial services to a growing array of small- to middle-market public and privately held businesses, affluent individuals, wealthy families, professionals, entrepreneurs and real estate investors. PrivateBank uses a European tradition of “private banking” as a model to develop long-term relationships with its clients. PrivateBank delivers a suite of tailored credit, treasury and wealth management solutions to meet its clients' personal and commercial financial needs. The company, which had assets of $5.0 billion as of December 31, 2007, has 19 offices located in the Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Louis and Kansas City metropolitan areas.
  • Protection 1

    Location: Chicago, IL
    Initial Investment: 10/23/2008
    Protection 1 is the largest privately owned electronic security company in the United States. The company provides installation, maintenance and monitoring of fire, intrusion, carbon monoxide, CCTV and video monitoring systems for single-family homes, businesses and multifamily locations. Protection 1 is also the nation’s largest provider of wholesale monitoring services through its CMS division and a leading provider of multifamily security solutions, maintenance and monitoring through the network multifamily division. Protection 1, which serves over one million customers and employs over 2,500 people in 60 locations across the country, has been recognized as one of America’s Most Trustworthy Companies by forbes.com.
  • Province Healthcare

    Location: Brentwood, TN
    Initial Investment: 02/05/1996
    Province Healthcare engaged in the ownership and operation of acute care hospitals located in non-urban markets. Province Healthcare’s general acute care hospitals provided internal medicine, general surgery, cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, obstetrics, rehabilitation, subacute care, and diagnostic and emergency services. The Province Healthcare hospitals also offered outpatient and ancillary healthcare services. Further, Province Healthcare provided management services primarily to non-urban hospitals not owned or leased by it. As of April 2005, Province Healthcare was a subsidiary of Lifepoint Hospitals Inc.
  • Proximus

  • Proxy Message Center

  • PT Components

  • PTN Holding

  • QFour

  • Qualicare

  • Quantum Medical Systems

  • Rehab Hospital Services

  • Remco American

  • Republic Telecom

  • Republic Telecom Systems

  • Restaurant Mgmt (formerly Florida Food)

  • Restaurant Mgmt Services

  • ReSurge

  • Risk Management Alternatives

  • Sage Broadcasting

  • Scandia Down

  • Select Medical Corporation

    Location: Mechanicsburg, PA
    Initial Investment: 02/05/1997
    Select Medical Corporation operated specialty hospitals and outpatient rehabilitation clinics. The company operated through two segments, Specialty Hospital and Outpatient Rehabilitation. The Specialty Hospital segment consisted of hospitals designed to serve the long-term needs of acute patients, as well as hospitals designed to serve patients who required intensive medical rehabilitation care. The Outpatient Rehabilitation segment consisted of clinics and contract services that provided physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation services. It also provided medical rehabilitation services on a contract basis to nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living and senior care centers, schools and work sites.
  • Service Net

  • Shadhill

  • Shape

  • Sherwood, Hennes Broadcasting

  • Six3 Systems

    Location: McLean, VA
    Initial Investment: 07/09/2009
    Six3 Systems is a high-end national security and defense intelligence services provider focused on developing and acquiring specialized capabilities that cater to the security intelligence community, Department of Defense and civilian security agencies. This national security and defense company is primarily focused on opportunities involving biometrics security, advanced data interpretation and analysis, cyber security and security intelligence/counterintelligence operations, training and support.
  • Skylight Financial

    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Initial Investment: 09/10/2002
    Skylight Financial was a provider of checkless bank accounts and payroll cards to individuals who did not have traditional banking accounts.
  • Solera

    Location: San Diego, CA
    Initial Investment: 04/01/2005
    Solera was a provider of consulting, outsourced services and technology solutions serving the auto physical-damage insurance-claims-processing industry. The company focused on improving the entire claims process through the rigorous use of data in an effort to generate tremendous benefits for all participants: carriers, collision repair shops and their vendors.
  • Sorenson Communications

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT
    Initial Investment: 11/15/2005
    Sorenson Communications is a provider of communication offerings, including the Sorenson Video Relay Service (VRS), Sorenson IP Relay (siprelay) and Sorenson videophones. Sorenson Communications’ Sorenson VRS enables deaf and hard-of-hearing callers to conduct video relay conversations through a qualified American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter. Sorenson IP Relay allows users to place text-based relay calls from either a mobile device or a PC to any telephone user. Sorenson Communications’ line of Sorenson videophones is the only customized videophone with auto-updating technology, which includes the latest video communication features for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
  • Southern Foods

  • Sovereign Specialty Chemicals

  • Student Transportation of America

  • Sullivan Graphics

  • Summit Oilfield

  • Swergold, Chefitz & Sinsabaugh

  • Synagro Technologies

    Location: Houston, TX
    Initial Investment: 01/27/2000
    Synagro Technologies was a provider of domestic residuals management services. Synagro managed the entire biosolids services value chain by providing collection, transportation, treatment, processing and product-marketing services of the residuals for municipal, industrial, commercial and residential customers located throughout the United States.
  • Syniverse Technologies

    Location: Tampa, FL
    Initial Investment: 02/14/2002
    Syniverse Technologies was a transaction processor for the wireless industry, providing technology interoperability, network services and number portability to operators, carriers and enterprise customers throughout the world. The company’s integrated voice and data offerings included SS7 intelligent network solutions, clearing and settlement services, voice and data roaming facilitation and other services.
  • SystemsNet, Inc.

  • TFS Acquisition

  • The Newtrend Group

  • TNS

  • Trans Healthcare, Inc.

    Location: Sparks, MD
    Initial Investment: No date provided
    Trans Healthcare, Inc. is a consolidator of skilled nursing facilities and other post-acute healthcare businesses, and provides care and support to more than 30,000 patients and their families each year. Through the integration of operating, financial and information systems, Trans Healthcare creates value by building regional post-acute networks across the country, leveraging critical mass with payors and other providers.
  • Transaction Network Services

    Location: Reston, VA
    Initial Investment: 04/03/2001
    Transaction Network Services (“TNS”) was a provider of data communications services for transaction-oriented applications. TNS provided a range of authorization and communications solutions to support the credit card and ATM transaction-processing industry. The company also provided secure and reliable data network services to the telecommunications and securities industries.
  • TransFirst

    Location: Dallas, TX
    Initial Investment: 07/14/1998
    TransFirst was a provider of transaction processing services and payment technologies, providing credit and debit card processing services to more than 155,000 merchant customers. TransFirst provided a full suite of advanced payment technologies.
  • Transform Logic

  • Triad

  • U.S. Aggregates

  • U.S. Security

  • Ullo International

  • US Fleet

  • Vanteon

  • VecTour (Travelways)

  • VeriFone

    Location: San Jose, CA
    Initial Investment: 07/01/2002
    VeriFone (NYSE:PAY) was a provider of secure electronic payment solutions for financial institutions, merchants and consumers. The company provided expertise, solutions and services that enabled electronic payment transactions and value-added services at the point of sale.
  • Vicom Systems

  • Vigic

  • Vista Information Technologies

  • VLI Corporation

  • Wallace Theater Corporation

    Location: Portland, OR
    Initial Investment: 04/23/1999
    Wallace Theater Corporation was one of the nation’s largest motion picture exhibitors, with more than 500 screens located throughout 20 states and various international territories. State-of-the-art theater designs, stadium-seating, digital surround-sound, widescreen presentations and plush high-back theater seats combined with concessions and a choice of films helped make Wallace theaters the preferred movie destination for many.
  • Willow Springs Prem Water

  • Wilton Brands

  • Zefer

  • Zenlogics

  • Zenta

  • Tony Aquila

    Initial Investment:
    Tony Aquila, a 20-year veteran in the insurance and automotive repair industries, was the CEO of Solera, founded in April 2005 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR, Mr. Aquila was the former President and COO of San Diego–based Mitchell International, a company that provided claims estimating and communications software to insurance carriers and their trading partners. He joined Mitchell in 2001 when it acquired Ensera, the claims workflow software company where he was Founder and CEO. Prior to Ensera, Mr. Aquila was Founder and CEO of MaxMeyer America, Inc. (a subsidiary of MaxMeyer Duco, SPA of Italy), an importer and distributor of European automotive refinishing products.
  • Jeffrey S. Aronin

    Initial Investment:
    Jeff Aronin was the CEO and President of Ovation Pharmaceuticals, founded in April 2002 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR, Mr. Aronin led MedCare Technologies, a publicly held healthcare company where he served as Chairman, CEO and President. Mr. Aronin’s experience also included executive positions at American Health Products Corporation (“American Health”) as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Prior to American Health, Mr. Aronin spent six years at Carter-Wallace, a Fortune 500 company, where he held various management positions within its pharmaceutical division.
  • Dr. Ken S. Bajaj

    Initial Investment:
    Ken Bajaj, a long-time management partner of GTCR, began his career with Electronic Data Systems (“EDS”). Dr. Bajaj was one of nine people who left EDS to launch Perot Systems, where he was a Senior Executive. Dr. Bajaj joined I-Net in 1988 as President and sold the company to Wang Laboratories in 1996. In partnership with GTCR, Dr. Bajaj created and founded AppNet, an interactive media services company. AppNet was sold to Commerce One in 2000. In 2001, Dr. Bajaj partnered again with GTCR and founded DigitalNet, an IT security and solutions firm, focused on the federal government and public sectors. DigitalNet was sold to British Aerospace (BAE) in 2004.
  • Reuven Ben Menachem

    Initial Investment:
    Reuven Ben Menachem, an industry veteran with over 25 years of experience in transaction banking and payment services, was Co-founder and CEO of Fundtech. Prior to founding the company in 1993, Mr. Ben Menachem was a Technical Director and Product Manager at Logica Data Architects, a funds transfer software provider, and Director of Banking Systems at Manof Communications Systems, a middleware software provider.
  • W. Bradley Bennett

    Initial Investment:
    Bradley Bennett, CEO and president of Trans Healthcare (“THI”) brought over 16 years of experience in healthcare finance and operations to the organization. Prior to joining THI, Mr. Bennett led the financial restructuring of Integrated Health Services, Inc. (“IHS”) as CFO. Since 1991, Mr. Bennett has served in various senior financial roles at IHS, including senior vice president–finance and senior vice president–chief accounting officer. Prior to 1991, Mr. Bennett worked in the Assurance Practice of KPMG.
  • Robert C. Boucher

    Initial Investment:
    Robert Boucher served as CEO of Synagro Technologies from September 2003 until February 2010. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Mr. Boucher served as President and COO of the company. Prior to joining Synagro in February 2002, Mr. Boucher served as Regional Vice President of Allied Waste Industries (“Waste Management”) in Tynsboro, Massachusetts. From 1997 to 2002, he was responsible for operations with more than $900 million in annual revenues.
  • Timothy Brodnik

    Initial Investment:
    Tim Brodnik was the Chairman, President and CEO of American Medical Laboratories (“AML”). Prior to joining AML, Mr. Brodnik was Executive Vice President of LabCorp, where he was responsible for LabCorp’s direct sales operations. Mr. Brodnik joined NHL (later LabCorp) in 1971 and participated in the management of a major laboratory company. 
  • Robert Coleman

    Initial Investment:
    Robert (Bob) Coleman was the CEO and COO of Six3 Systems, founded in April 2009 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR, Mr. Coleman served as the President and COO of ManTech International (“ManTech”) from September 2004 to March 2009. Prior to his tenure with ManTech, he was the CEO and President of Integrated Data Systems (“IDS”), a highly regarded provider of software engineering, computer security and enterprise architecture solutions to the intelligence community and the Department of Defense. IDS, founded by Mr. Coleman in 1990, was acquired by ManTech in February 2003. Earlier career highlights included his tenure at the White House National Security Council Crisis Management Center during the Reagan and Bush I administrations, where he led the development of systems to assist in the collection and dissemination of critical intelligence data.
  • James Covert

    Initial Investment:
    James Covert was a long-time management partner of GTCR and leader in the electronic security industry, including founding and growing leading security companies in the U.S. and overseas. In 1987, Mr. Covert founded SecurityLink Midwest, which was sold to Ameritech in 1994. Mr. Covert remained CEO of the Ameritech subsidiary until 1996. In 1996, Mr. Covert founded Signature Security Group (“Signature”) in Australia, which, through acquisitions and internal growth, became a significant electronic security company in Australia and New Zealand. After Mr. Covert left Signature, he founded Cambridge Protection Industries (“Cambridge”) in partnership with GTCR in 1999. Through acquisitions, Cambridge became a leading electronic security group in the United States with operations in more than 40 states. In 2001, Cambridge was sold to ADT Security Services, Inc. In 2004, Mr. Covert again partnered with GTCR, returning to the security industry as CEO of HSM Electronic Protection Services (“HSM”). HSM was acquired by StanleyWorks in 2007.
  • Geoff Crouse

    Initial Investment:
    Geoff Crouse joined CBR as CEO in September 2012. He previously served as COO at Immucor, a publicly traded global in-vitro diagnostics company that was sold to TPG in 2011. Prior to Immucor, he served as Vice President of the life sciences business at Millipore Corporation, a NYSE-traded provider of technologies, tools and services for the global life science industry. In that role, he led the Life Science Strategic Business Unit, a global laboratory consumables and reagents business. Prior to joining Millipore, he worked at Roche, a leader in the pharmaceuticals and diagnostics industries, where he led market development and government affairs for the diagnostics division based in Basel, Switzerland.
  • Thomas Daulton

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    Tom Daulton was the CEO of Devicor Medical Products, founded in November 2008 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR, Mr. Daulton was Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cardinal’s Special Procedures Interventional Division. As head of this division, Mr. Daulton had P&L responsibility for products used in interventional radiology and vascular surgery procedures. Prior to joining the Special Procedures Interventional Division, Mr. Daulton ran Cardinal’s respiratory business, launching nine new products and acquiring two companies for the division. For the three years prior to its acquisition by Cardinal, Mr. Daulton served as a Managing Director for Allegiance Healthcare’s Airlife Respiratory Care Division.
  • Andrew Doman

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    Andrew Doman joined Premium Credit as CEO in November 2012. He was previously Chairman and CEO at the global investment consultant Russell Investments. Before joining Russell Investments, Mr. Doman spent over 20 years at management consultant McKinsey & Company, where he worked from 1986 to 2008 and served as a Director from 1999. At McKinsey, he was Director of the UK Insurance and Asset Management Practice, and in that capacity served a number of leading UK and European insurers and insurance brokers.
  • Ed Fiorentino

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    Ed Fiorentino served as CEO of Actient Pharmaceuticals, founded in March 2009 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR and building Actient, Mr. Fiorentino was a Corporate Officer and 22-year veteran of Abbott Laboratories (NYSE:ABT). His senior-level management experience at Abbott included Corporate Vice President of Pharmaceutical Commercial Operations, where he was responsible for all U.S. sales, marketing and new product planning. He also served as Senior Vice President and President, Abbott Diabetes Care, leading Abbott’s global device business in this area. Mr. Fiorentino was Executive Vice President of TAP Pharmaceuticals, an Abbott joint venture with Takeda Pharmaceuticals.
  • Patrick J. Flood

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    Patrick Flood, Chairman and CEO of HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation (“HBMC”), had been with HBMC and its predecessor organizations since 1985. In 1995, Mr. Flood became President of the HBMC Division of First Tennessee Bank’s mortgage banking subsidiary. With over 20 years of mortgage banking experience, Mr. Flood’s responsibilities included leading and supporting the executive operating committee, providing executive directives and core strategies, and communicating operating plans and results to the board of directors.
  • Herbert A. Fritch

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    Herbert Fritch, a 30-year veteran in the managed healthcare business, was the Chairman and CEO of HealthSpring. Prior to founding HealthSpring’s parent company, NewQuest, Mr. Fritch served as Vice President of Managed Care for PhyCor, a Nashville-based physician practice management company. Mr. Fritch joined PhyCor following its acquisition of North American Medical Management (“NAMM”) in 1995, a company Mr. Fritch founded and where he served as President from 1991 to 1999. Prior to NAMM, Mr. Fritch served as a Regional Vice President for Partners National Healthplans (“PNH”) from 1988 to 1991, where he was responsible for the oversight of seven HMOs in the southern region.
  • Wilbur H. (Bill) Gantz

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    Bill Gantz joined Ovation Pharmaceuticals in 2002 as Chairman. Prior to joining Ovation, Mr. Gantz was the Chairman, CEO and President of PathoGenesis Corporation (“PathoGenesis”), a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and marketing novel pharmaceutical products to treat serious chronic human infectious diseases. Under Mr. Gantz’s leadership, PathoGenesis was sold to Chiron Corporation in September 2000. Prior to his tenure with PathoGenesis, Mr. Gantz was President of Baxter International from 1987 to 1992. During his 25-year career with Baxter, he held a number of senior leadership positions, including Executive Vice President and COO.
  • Larry Graham

    Initial Investment:
    Larry Graham was CEO of Curo Health Services, founded in May 2010 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR, Mr. Graham served as President and COO of Amedisys, Inc., a publicly traded hospice and home health organization. At Amedisys, Mr. Graham was responsible for the company’s operations, finance, business development, employee development, and recruiting and investor relations. Under Mr. Graham, Amedisys grew both organically and through acquisitions, developing and implementing a broad array of technology-enabled best practices across the company’s facilities.
  • O.G. Greene

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    O.G. Greene, with over 30 years of experience in the financial services, banking and telecommunications industries, was Chairman and CEO of Skylight Financial. Prior to joining Skylight in 2001, Mr. Greene served as CEO of Speer Communications, a Nashville-based provider of information and media services to broadcast and network companies. Additionally, Mr. Greene served as CEO of Gridnet International, an Atlanta-based service provider to companies in the telecommunications industry. Mr. Greene also served as the COO for First Financial Management Corporation and as the CEO of National Data Corporation. Mr. Greene previously had a successful 25-year career with the Burroughs Corporation.
  • Jim Henderson

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    Jim Henderson, a long-time insurance brokerage industry leader, was the CEO of AssuredPartners, founded in July 2011 in partnership with GTCR. Mr. Henderson was formerly Vice Chairman and COO of Brown & Brown, a leading insurance brokerage firm. Mr. Henderson executed numerous acquisitions at Brown & Brown and had operating responsibilities over various business segments. Throughout Mr. Henderson’s career, he developed extensive experience within the insurance brokerage industry.
  • Tony G. Holcombe

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    Tony Holcombe became President and CEO of Syniverse Technologies in January 2006 after serving on the company’s board of directors since March 2003. Before becoming CEO of Syniverse, Mr. Holcombe served as President of Emdeon Corp., formerly WebMD, and as President of Emdeon Business Services. Additionally, Mr. Holcombe had more than 20 years of executive-level experience in the transaction-processing and technology services industry. He was CEO of Valutec Card Solutions and served in various executive positions at Ceridian Corporation, including Executive Vice President of Ceridian Corporation, President of Ceridian Employer Employee Services and President of Comdata.
  • Stephen R. Kerrigan

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    Stephen Kerrigan was the CEO and Chairman of Coinmach Corporation (“Coinmach”). Mr. Kerrigan also served as Vice President and CFO of Coinmach’s predecessor, Coinmach Industries Co., L.P., from 1987 to 1994.
  • John J. McDonnell Jr.

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    John McDonnell Jr., Founder, Chairman and CEO of Transaction Network Services (“TNS”), was a pioneer in the telecommunications industry. Mr. McDonnell purchased TNS back from PSINet, Inc. in April 2001, having sold it to PSINet, Inc. in 1999. In the interim, he was Chairman and CEO of PaylinX Corp. (“PaylinX”), a software provider for transaction processing. PaylinX was sold to Cybersource Corp. in September 2000. Immediately prior to founding TNS, Mr. McDonnell was President and CEO of Digital Radio Network, Inc., a local access bypass carrier for POS transactions. He also served as Group Vice President for the Information Technologies and Telecommunications Group of the Electronic Industries Association and was one of the founders of the Electronic Funds Transfer Association.
  • David Minella

    Initial Investment:
    David Minella was CEO of Aligned Asset Managers, founded in September 2011 in partnership with GTCR. Prior to partnering with GTCR, Mr. Minella was CEO of a special purpose acquisition company formed in 2007, which merged into Kennedy Wilson, a real estate investment manager and service provider, in 2009. Prior to that, Mr. Minella was CEO at Value Asset Management (“VAM”), a multi-manager platform he built and managed from 1997 to 2007. Prior to VAM, Mr. Minella held roles as CEO of Lichtenstein Global Trust, the Bank of Liechtenstein’s global asset management business, and National Sales Manager and U.S. President at GT Investments, a firm focused on international mutual funds.
  • Pat Nola

    Initial Investment:
    Pat Nola was the CEO and President of Sorenson Communications. Mr. Nola was responsible for the strategic direction of the company and for managing all departments, including sales and marketing, development and VRS interpreting. Previously, Mr. Nola held the position of COO and was instrumental in guiding the growth of the Sorenson Video Relay Service from its beginnings in 2003. Mr. Nola also served as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, where he built key OEM partnerships and launched the first consumer-based videophone into the marketplace. Prior to joining Sorenson, Mr. Nola held various management and sales positions at General Electric within the Medical Systems Division. Mr. Nola also led Engineering Animation Inc.’s (“EAI”) marketing and business development efforts for visual collaboration, providing the company with strong revenue growth and making EAI the recognized industry-leading engineering visualization solution prior to the company’s acquisition by Unigraphics (a former General Motors subsidiary).
  • Douglas A. Present

    Initial Investment:
    Douglas Present was the Chairman and CEO of Managed Health Care Associates (“MHA”). Mr. Present brought to MHA extensive experience in group purchasing, pharmaceutical marketing and medical supply distribution. Before joining MHA, Mr. Present was Senior Vice President of Medsite, Inc (“Medsite”), a pharmaceutical services and e-marketing company, where he ran the Medsite Rewards™ program, the nation’s leading physician incentive-fulfillment program for the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to joining Medsite, Mr. Present founded a physician-focused, managed-care consulting firm, as well as a group-purchasing organization for private practice physicians. Both companies were subsequently acquired by ProMedCo, a physician-management company. After the acquisition, Mr. Present served as President and COO of ProMedCo’s New York subsidiary.
  • Martin Rash

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    Martin Rash, with over 20 years of healthcare experience, was the Chairman, President and CEO of Province Healthcare. Previously, Mr. Rash served as Executive Vice President and CEO for Community Health Systems, Inc. and worked at numerous community hospitals in various administrative and financial roles.
  • Larry D. Richman

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    Larry Richman was appointed President and CEO of PrivateBancorp, effective November 5, 2007, and Chairman, President and CEO of its wholly owned subsidiary, The PrivateBank – Chicago, effective November 1, 2007. Mr. Richman had been President and CEO of LaSalle Bank, NA and President of LaSalle Bank Midwest (“LaSalle”), where he was responsible for leading LaSalle’s various lines of business, including commercial, real estate, asset-based lending, leasing, personal financial services (retail) and global securities and trust services within North America. Mr. Richman was a member of LaSalle Bank’s Board of Directors, Regional Management Committee, Loan Committee, Credit Risk Policy Committee, Asset & Liability Committee and the Executives’ Diversity & Inclusion Council.
  • Kirk E. Rothrock

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    Kirk Rothrock joined CompBenefits Corporation in 2003 as President and CEO. Mr. Rothrock came to CompBenefits with 18 years of experience in healthcare and employee benefits, including sales, sales management, product management, operations management, provider contracting and management and administration. Prior to joining CompBenefits, Mr. Rothrock served as President of Intracorp. Before joining Intracorp, Mr. Rothrock was Senior Vice President for Humana, where he managed a variety of specialty benefits, including dental, disability, life insurance, workers' compensation, Section 125 Flexible Spending Account administration and international development. Prior to joining Humana, Mr. Rothrock served as a Senior Vice President for managed care at Employers Health Insurance.
  • Thomas Rouse

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    Thomas Rouse, CEO of TransFirst, brought more than 30 years of banking and transaction processing experience to the company. In 1995, Mr. Rouse founded TransFirst’s predecessor entity, the merchant services business of Affiliated Computer Services (“ACS”), which was recapitalized and established as an independent private company under the TransFirst name in 2000. Prior to establishing ACS Merchant Services, Mr. Rouse worked with MTech and the credit card operations center of North Carolina National Bank.
  • Gregory Scott

    Initial Investment:
    Greg Scott, with over 30 years of experience in the healthcare and financial services industries, was CEO of APS Healthcare. Prior to joining APS in 2007, Mr. Scott served as executive VP and CFO of PacifiCare Health Systems (“PacifiCare”), one of the largest managed-care companies in the country at the time of its 2005 sale to UnitedHealth. Prior to joining PacifiCare in 2001, Mr. Scott served as COO and CFO of Medsite Inc., an Internet provider of products/services for physicians. Mr. Scott also served in several senior-level positions at Prudential.
  • Tim Whall

    Initial Investment:
    Tim Whall, a 27-year veteran in the security alarm monitoring industry, was president and CEO of Protection 1. Prior to his role at Protection 1, Mr. Whall had joined SecurityLink in 1990 as a Service Manager and ultimately became President and COO of the business. In 2000, SecurityLink was acquired from SBC by GTCR, at which time Mr. Whall continued to serve as the company’s President and COO. Mr. Whall was instrumental in helping GTCR sell SecurityLink to Tyco/ADT in 2001. Following the sale to Tyco, Mr. Whall spent three years (2001 to 2004) in senior management roles at ADT. Mr. Whall left ADT in 2004 to again partner with GTCR to acquire Honeywell’s Security Monitoring division (“HSM”). While at HSM, Mr. Whall completed a successful carve-out of the division from its former parent. Mr. Whall was instrumental in preparing HSM for its eventual sale to StanleyWorks in 2007. Mr. Whall served as COO of StanleyWorks’ Convergent Security Solutions division for one year following the sale, until he left Stanley in 2008 to again pursue opportunities in the industry with GTCR. This partnership eventually led to the June 2010 acquisition of Protection 1, GTCR’s third investment with Mr. Whall.
  • Mike Wiechart

    Initial Investment:
    Mike Wiechart was President and CEO of Capella Healthcare, where he had previously served as its Senior Vice President and COO from 2009 to 2013. As COO, Mr. Weichart had responsibility for hospital operations, quality improvement, supply chain, revenue cycle, managed care operations and labor productivity initiatives, as well as having significant involvement in merger and acquisition activities. Prior to joining Capella, Mr. Wiechart was one of the founding members of LifePoint Hospitals, where he served as Senior Vice President and Group President, leading two operating divisions with 24 hospitals. Mr. Wiechart also held previous management positions at Province Healthcare and HCA.
  • Mike Zito

    Initial Investment:
    Mike Zito was CEO of Cellnet Technology, bringing over 15 years of experience in utility metering, oil-field services, telecom, smart cards and semiconductor test equipment. Prior to his role as Cellnet’s CEO, Mr. Zito served as the CFO for the SchlumbergerSema businesses across the Americas. His accomplishments within SchlumbergerSema included successful turnarounds, integration of acquired business units, consolidation of support functions and the implementation of several key automation tools.