HELPING ASSET & WEALTH MANAGEMENT FIRMS TO
Nesvold Capital Partners (NCP) is a merchant bank that specializes in the financial services industry. We provide M&A and strategic advisory services to, and make supportive minority investments in, asset and wealth management, securities, fintech, and related businesses. In select cases, we will also consider partnering with companies in the transportation and automotive industries.
NCP was built by the former COO and head of strategy of Silver Lane Advisors, the #1-ranked investment bank that guided asset and wealth management firms with $295 billion in aggregate client assets through mergers and acquisitions. With the perspective of having advised hundreds of asset and wealth management firms, we provide strategic capital, thought leadership, and board services to such businesses managing through exponential growth and/or transformational events, including mergers, acquisitions, recapitalizations, substantial organic growth initiatives, and partner liquidity/succession.
From an investment standpoint, we offer long-life capital funded primarily through family offices with no predetermined time horizon for exit. NCP can invest either on a direct basis as the sole provider of outside capital or as a co-investor alongside credit providers and/or other long-term minded equity investors that wish to leverage NCP's extensive deal pipeline, network, and domain expertise.
Much like our founder's predecessor firm, Silver Lane Advisors, NCP is a decidedly proud meritocracy. The people that join our team are well-rounded, diverse in backgrounds, and thrive in an intellectually and physically demanding environment.
NCP is both a strategic advisory and private investment firm. We target 2-3 new investments per year. Our value-add includes sourcing and integrating sub-acquisitions, brand building, recruiting, etc.
Our leadership contributes regularly to the financial media, including Forbes and CNBC among other publications. Our founder has also published four books on M&A with McGraw-Hill and teaches at the Gabelli School of Business.