Companies Could Fall Through the Cracks of Stimulus Bill

“Martin Stein was like most private equity investors who expected another strong year of growth in 2020 with the firm he founded, Blackford Capital, where he serves as managing director.

A large part of the Grand Rapids, Michigan-based firm’s investment focus is lower-middle-market manufacturers located throughout the Upper Midwest, which anticipated the momentum of the previous year would continue. Then the coronavirus hit, dealing a serious blow to those projections and threatening large portions of the jobs at its portfolio companies…”

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