Boathouse Capital Successfully Closes Oversubscribed $300 Million Fund III

Wayne, PA based, Boathouse Capital is pleased to announce the successful completion of Fund III. The firm remains focused on being a value-added growth partner to businesses within SaaS/software, technology-enabled services and healthcare IT/services.

“Our track record of success and strong demand from new and existing investors have allowed the firm to raise the fund with an oversubscribed LP base. We are excited to begin the next chapter in our story. The support we received from existing LPs was exceptional, and a recognition of the positive results we have attained over the last thirteen years. We are extremely proud of the team, the culture we have built at the firm and are eager to continue building out our team,” said Chong Moua, Managing Partner.

“Building on our thirteen years of successfully growing companies, Boathouse Capital will continue to dedicate its capital and resources to growth and later stage businesses, with a primary focus of providing growth capital to owner-operators that want a partner to help them scale both organically and inorganically,” said Bill Dyer, Managing Partner.

The Boathouse team has grown exponentially in the past couple year with the additions of Shivam Patel, Vice President, Lorelei Gaus, Associate, Matt Pulos, Associate, and Sam Martinez, Associate.

Shivam Patel returns to the firm after gaining experience in an operating role with VC-backed, Knotel. Shivam grew up in Detroit and recently moved to Ardmore, PA with his wife.

Lorelei Gaus joins the firm from Boston Consulting Group where she identified and implemented process improvements and acceleration opportunities for a biopharmaceutical research and development program. Lorelei recently completed her MBA at Wharton and resides in Philadelphia with her husband and one year old daughter.

Matt Pulos was previously a Manager with RSM on their transaction advisory services team. He grew up in Villanova and obtained a BS and Master’s from Penn State University. He now resides in Philadelphia with his wife.

Sam Martinez is the firm’s newest hire. Sam joins from D.A. Davidson’s FinTech team and was previously an analyst at CIBC Capital Markets. Sam grew up in Wisconsin and attended University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.