Boxwood Partners

After years of courting, a match is made

A Charlotte private equity fund acquired a Richmond money management/research firm. And a Shockoe Slip investment-banking firm helped steer the deal.

Boxwood expands in Shockoe

The Richmond-based private equity firm recently leased 2,000 square feet in Shockoe Slip above the Irish bar Sine to house more employees for its various businesses.

Office Sense: Inside Boxwood Partners HQ

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It’s been a busy year for Boxwood Partners, an M&A advisory firm that also manages a private equity fund specializing in technology and online retailers. After about a year in business, the company is ready to move from its Shockoe Bottom digs into something with 6,000 or 7,000 square feet. Go inside the current office and meet the staff with RBS.

Add your résumé to the pile

Local investment banks are being flooded with résumés from MBA students and recent graduates. Boxwood Partners, a local middle-market investment bank, said the volume of résumés and applications has reached a new high. “We’re getting five a day, versus five a week last year,” said Pat Galleher, a managing partner at Boxwoods, of the applications,… Read more »

Boxwood Partners completes first M&A transaction

RICHMOND, VA (AUGUST 19, 2008) – Boxwood Partners, LLC is pleased to announce the strategic sale of Non Metallic Resources, Inc. (NMR) and Seal-Tech, Inc. to Southfield RPS Holdings, Inc., d/b/a Reinforced Plastic Systems (RPS), a portfolio company of Southfield Capital Advisors. Boxwood Partners acted as the exclusive advisor to both NMR and Seal-Tech with… Read more »

Private Equity startup about to seal first deal

Local startup Boxwood Partners is putting the finishing touches on its first deal as a private equity fund. Boxwood is acquiring an out-of-state internet wholesaler/distributor (name not revealed) that can perhaps best be described as an online version of Sam’s Club. That web-based business has millions of dollars in revenue and six employees, according to… Read more »