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The Stephens Group Promotes Two to Senior Associate

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–August 12, 2020–

The Stephens Group, LLC (“The Stephens Group”) is happy to announce the promotions of Rob Dickinson and Jens Talbert to Senior Associate.

Mr. Dickinson joined the agency in 2018 and works on investments in Catalyst Acoustics Group, Pearlman Group, and Spitzer Industries. Mr. Talbert joined the agency in 2020 and works on investments in Armor, Kele, and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

Witt Stephens, Chairman and CEO of The Stephens Group, mentioned, “We are pleased to recognize Jens’ and Rob’s hard work and efforts with promotions. Since joining the firm, they have been key members of our investment team focused on both evaluating new investment opportunities and supporting our management partners with value creation initiatives. We are excited to promote from within and we look forward to their contributions going forward.”

About The Stephens Group, LLC

The Stephens Group, LLC is a non-public funding agency that companions with gifted administration groups to assist construct precious companies. Backed by the sources of the Stephens household, our group has a protracted historical past of offering subtle, strategic experience and taking a partnership strategy to assist corporations efficiently obtain their strategic visions and construct long-term worth. With over $1.5 billion invested since 2006, The Stephens Group targets investments in industries throughout the U.S., together with industrial and industrial services and products, specialty distribution, B2B meals and client merchandise, expertise infrastructure and tech-enabled providers, in addition to choose opportunistic conditions.

Ronald M. Clark
General Counsel
The Stephens Group, LLC
[email protected]
501.377.3401

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