Wellspring Capital Management

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Wellspring Capital Management
Type Private
Industry Private equity
Founded 1995
Founders Martin Davis,[1] Greg Feldman
Headquarters Lever House
New York, New York, United States
Products Leveraged buyout
Total assets $2.2 billion
Employees 4800
Website www.wellspringcapital.com

Wellspring Capital Management is a private equity firm focused on leveraged buyout investments in middle-market companies across a range of industries.

The firm, which is based in New York City, was founded in 1995 by Martin Davis and Greg Feldman. Davis (1927-1999) was best known for his role in restructuring Gulf and Western Industries into Paramount Communications.[1] The firm has raised approximately $2.2 billion since inception across four funds. Wellspring completed fundraising on its fourth fund in 2005 with $1.0 billion of investor commitments[2] as a successor to its $665 million 2003 Fund III.[3]

Among the firm's most notable investments are: Performance Food Group,[4][5] Lionel, Dave & Buster's[6] and Checkers.

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The firm is not related to a Florida firm, Wellspring Capital, that was implicated in a ponzi scheme in 2004.[7]

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