TORONTO – July 7, 2021 – FrontWell Capital Partners (“FrontWell”), a private credit fund that provides transitionary senior debt financing to middle-market companies in the United States and Canada, today announced that Bob Grosskopf has joined FrontWell’s Advisory Board. Mr. Grosskopf previously served as co-President of the retail disposition practice of a prominent asset disposition and appraisal firm.
“We are thrilled to welcome Bob as a Senior Advisor to FrontWell,” said Patrick Dalton, FrontWell’s CEO. “I have known and worked with Bob for almost a decade and am confident that he will be a strong addition to our Advisory Board as we look to expand our lending activity in the retail industry. Bob brings unique relationships and over 30 years of experience managing inventories, which will be critical in structuring creative financing solutions for our clients.”
Mr. Grosskopf said, “I look forward to working with Patrick and the FrontWell Advisory Board to grow the Company’s portfolio of retail clients seeking innovative senior secured financing solutions and excellent client service.”
Prior to his position with FrontWell, Mr. Grosskopf worked on many high-profile North American liquidations, including Circuit City, Borders Books, Sports Authority and A.C. Moore. A trusted partner to his clients, Mr. Grosskopf designed strategies for store closings, excess or underperforming assets, real estate and brand protection. He was also responsible for signing off on appraisals to provide assurance on recovery values for both retailers and their lenders
About FrontWell Capital Partners
Headquartered in Toronto, FrontWell Capital Partners provides transitionary senior debt financing to middle-market companies in the United States and Canada. With committed seed capital of more than USD $350 million, FrontWell offers financing solutions, including asset-based (ABL) and cash flow loans, to maximize liquidity support for borrowers that are looking beyond traditional sources of capital. FrontWell’s rigorous approach to origination, underwriting and risk management generates current income while prioritizing the preservation of principal over the chase for yield. FrontWell partners with companies across several industries that display balance sheet capacity and that require liquidity to support a transition in their business, including turnarounds, restructurings, acquisitions and changes in ownership or control. For more information, please visit frontwellcapital.com.
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