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Ex-NFL player Brandon Pinderhughes named partner at Southfield Capital

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Southfield Capital, a Greenwich-based private equity firm, has named Brandon Pinderhughes as a principal.

Pinderhughes joined Southfield Capital in July 2014 as a senior associate and was later promoted to vice president. Before that, he was an associate Bayside Capital, HIG Capital’s special situation group, and worked in the investment banking division of Morgan Stanley. Earlier in his career, he played in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings and overseas in Germany through NFL Europe. He is also a member of the board of directors for Vanguard Dealer Services, Match Marketing, and Protos Security.

“Brandon has remarkable insightfulness about investment opportunities, valuable management skills, and a strong work ethic,” said Andy Cook, partner at Southfield Capital. “We are very pleased to recognize Brandon’s contributions to Southfield Capital, as well as his success in the execution of value-added strategies for our portfolio companies.”

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