Genstar Capital has promoted Geoff Miller to Director and Rob Clark to Principal.

“We are pleased to announce the promotions of Geoff and Rob,” said Ryan Clark, President and Managing Director. “Geoff has demonstrated successful investment skills across all of our verticals, including leading our recent investment in Sphera, and Rob has helped lead add-on acquisition activity and financing at a number of our portfolio companies.  They have successfully partnered with management teams to accelerate value creation initiatives and these promotions signify the further development of our investment team.”

Mr. Miller first joined Genstar in 2008 as an Associate and re-joined the firm in 2013 after receiving his MBA degree. He began his career at Baird, where he was an investment banking analyst.  Mr. Miller has an undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and received his MBA from Stanford University.

Mr. Clark joined Genstar in 2015 after receiving his MBA.  Earlier he was an associate at Kelso & Company and began his career as an investment banking analyst at Citigroup.  He has a BS degree from Wake Forest University and his MBA from Stanford University.

Genstar invests from $50 million to $400 million in middle-market companies that have enterprise values from $50 million to $1 billion and EBITDAs greater than $15 million.  The firm targets investments in the financial services, software, industrial technology, and healthcare industries.  Genstar was founded in 1988 and is based in San Francisco (

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