Activist P2 Capital Hires Deep Investment Team

February 15th, 2007
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Claus Moller’s P2 Capital Partners has revealed that it has brought on a team of four partners to help it with its first fund. The firm takes a private equity approach to public equity investing, which requires a deep team with extensive experience. The four partners include Josh Paulson, Alan Willis, Alex Silver and Ashi Varia.

Mr. Paulson joins P2 Capital from Reservoir Capital Group, a hybrid investment firm that manages approximately $3 billion. While at Reservoir Capital, Mr. Paulson was a principal and played an active role in sourcing and executing investment opportunities in a variety of industries, including energy, power, and financial services.

Mr. Willis was previously an Analyst at Karsch Capital and Blum Capital Partners, where he worked alongside Claus Moller. Alex Silver also joins from Karsch Capital, where he was a senior analyst, while Ashi Varia joins from Chilton Investments.
For Detailed Investor Profiles on these Investors, click below:
P2 Capital Partners
Chilton Investment Company
Blum Capital Partners
Karsch Capital Management
Related People: Christopher H.A. Denny; Claus Moller; Daniel Szemis; Kenneth Chiang; Leigh Goehring; Michael Karsch; Ravee Mehta; Richard C. Blum; Richard Chilton; Rick I. Singh; Ryan R. Renteria
Related Entities: Karsch Capital II LP; KCM Alpha Only; Blum Capital; Blum Capital Partners*; Chilton European International Partners; Chilton Investment Partners; Chilton New Era Partners; Chilton Small Cap Partners; Chilton Strategic Value Partners; Karsch Capital I LP; P2 Capital Fund; P2 Capital Fund IV LP; P2 Capital Fund Ltd; Richard C. Blum & Associates
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