The latest senior moves in the North American wealth management sector.
Pritzker Private Capital
Pritzker Private Capital, a family direct investing firm, has named Marisa Vavruska and Spenser Brown as vice presidents in its investment team.
Vavruska and Brown will identify and evaluate opportunities to partner with middle-market business in the manufactured products and services sectors, the business said in a statement. Its manufactured products team focuses on investments in the packaging, food, specialty industrial, personal care and contract manufacturing businesses. The firm’s services team is focused on companies in the supply chain, industrial and commercial and facilities services subsectors.
Vavruska, who was promoted from senior associate, supported three companies across the PPC family of companies including the completion of six add-on acquisitions. Prior to this, she worked in investment banking at Citigroup after starting her career as a management consultant at PwC. Vavruska received her MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and her BA from Amherst College.
Brown is joining PPC as a vice president focused on the manufactured products sector after receiving his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Before this, Brown was an associate at Madison Dearborn Partners after beginning his career in investment banking at Citigroup. Brown received BS degrees in industrial engineering and business management from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.