September 22, 2011 Share Print
Saw Mill Capital Promotes Scott Rivard to Principal

Briarcliff Manor, New York, September 22, 2011 – Saw Mill Capital is pleased to announce that Scott Rivard has been promoted to Principal. In his new role, Scott will lead one of Saw Mill’s transactional teams. He will be responsible for sourcing and executing investments, as well as working closely with Saw Mill’s portfolio company managers to achieve their business objectives

Howard Unger, Managing Partner, commented, “Scott has been a tremendous asset for our firm and our portfolio companies since joining us six years ago, and we are excited for him to take a leadership role for one of our investment teams as we continue to expand our portfolio.”

Before joining Saw Mill in 2005, Scott was an Investment Manager and Associate at Capital Resource Partners where he was responsible for sourcing, executing, and managing private equity investments in the manufacturing and business services sectors. Prior to joining Capital Resource Partners, Scott was an investment banker in the natural resource group of Credit Suisse First Boston where he advised clients on mergers, acquisitions and corporate finance transactions. Scott has a B.A. degree in Economics from Middlebury College and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management.

At Saw Mill, Scott works closely with Jason Incorporated and Netshape Technologies, Inc.

About Saw Mill Capital LLC
Saw Mill Capital LLC is a growth oriented private equity firm seeking buyout investments in manufacturing and service companies with enterprise values of $25 to $200 million and at least $5 million of pro forma EBITDA. Saw Mill brings capital and unique resources to help companies reach their full potential by working collaboratively with senior leadership to create effective business strategies, implement best practices and provide global market expertise. In partnership with senior leadership teams, Saw Mill seeks to consummate follow-on acquisitions at its portfolio companies. To learn more about Saw Mill Capital, please visit