Star Mountain Capital Managing Director, Chris Goodwin, Featured on Television’s CBS Austin
Having previously closed over $6.5 billion of private equity, private credit and secondary asset purchases, Chris Goodwin, Managing Director of Star Mountain Capital and head of its Dallas office, was recently featured on television’s CBS Austin where he shared insights about Star Mountain Capital’s specialized private debt, private equity and secondary investment strategies supporting small and medium-sized businesses.
Watch the full interview here.
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