StoneTree Investment Partners Launches StoneTree Council to Advise and Co-Invest in Niche Industrial Companies

Industrial opportunities are seeing growing demand. By launching the StoneTree Council, Dallas-based StoneTree Investment Partners is positioning itself to take advantage of this growing market trend and to deliver results for their investors, the firm said.

Dallas-based StoneTree Investment Partners, an investment management firm led by Joel Stanwood and Chris Dupré, has launched the StoneTree Council, a group of seasoned industrial CEOs who have partnered with StoneTree team members in prior investments and who collectively will advise and co-invest alongside StoneTree in the future.

The initial members are T.J. Rosengarth, Larry Denbrock, and Bob Weber.

“We’re excited to launch the StoneTree Council and have the opportunity to continue to work alongside these accomplished leaders in the industrial sector,” Stanwood, a co-founder and partner of StoneTree, said in a statement.

“T.J., Larry, and Bob have a wealth of experience and knowledge that will be incredibly valuable as we continue to grow our business and work to deliver exceptional results for our investors,” Dupré, co-founder and partner, said in a statement.

Helping identify, evaluate, and support industrial investments

Each new member brings decades of experience investing in the industrial sector and has held successful CEO roles at fully exited private companies. As members of the StoneTree Council, they will provide insight and strategic guidance to StoneTree’s investment process, helping to identify, evaluate and support industrial investments.

StoneTree said its unique approach is to invest in established niche industrial companies where the firm can serve alongside employees to elevate the company.

StoneTree works collaboratively to develop a clear plan—the Business Transformation Agenda—and then supports, develops, and invests resources, creating value for both investors and company employees.

Aiming for strong results

StoneTree said the council’s members have been selected for their experience and success in supporting industrial businesses and will serve as valuable partners for StoneTree in identifying and evaluating potential investments in the sector.

“We’re honored to join the StoneTree Council and work once more with such a talented team of investment professionals,” Rosengarth said in a statement. “We look forward to leveraging our expertise and experience to help StoneTree identify and capitalize on investment opportunities that will deliver strong results.”

Founded in 2021 by experienced operators, engineers, and investors, StoneTree Investment Partners is an industrials-focused private investment firm that invests selectively in established niche manufacturing and industrial companies.

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