DECEMBER 17, 2019 – Yellow Point Equity Partners (“Yellow Point”) is pleased to announce that Brad Hill has joined the firm as a Partner.
Brad brings over 15 years of experience to Yellow Point. He joins the firm from PwC Corporate Finance, where he was a Managing Director responsible for advising private companies on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and capital raising, with a specific focus on the consumer and industrial sectors. Previously, he worked in KPMG’s audit and structured finance practices.
“We are thrilled to have Brad join the Yellow Point team,” said Managing Partner Brian Begert. “His energy, attention to detail, and experience as a trusted advisor to private companies and in all aspects of mergers and acquisitions will be valuable assets as our firm continues to grow.”
Managing Partner Dave Chapman said, “We conducted an exhaustive search to ensure we identified the candidate with the right cultural and professional fit for Yellow Point. Brad is remarkably well-regarded in the industry and we are enthusiastic to have found the right person to support Yellow Point’s continued success.”
“I am excited to be joining the Yellow Point team. I have long been impressed by both the investment philosophy and differentiated approach of the firm,” said Brad. “I look forward to working with the Yellow Point team to extend its exceptional track record of forming true partnerships with business owners and management teams to enhance value.”
Brad is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA), a CFA charterholder and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Royal Roads University.
About Yellow Point
Yellow Point Equity Partners has been actively helping its management partners build better businesses for over 15 years. The firm invests in outstanding management teams of later-stage growth companies based primarily in western Canada and aims to be the long-term partner of choice for Canada’s leading mid-market companies. Yellow Point’s approach is supportive, hands-off with respect to day-to-day operations and active when it comes to strategic decisions and board work.