Private equity firm Rosemont Investment Partners is taking a minority interest in institutional and wealth advisory firm Hartland & Co. as part of a management-led recapitalization of Hartland, according to a joint press release.
The management recapitalization will help Hartland expand firm ownership to employees. Hartland was founded in 1989 as a defined benefit plan consulting firm by Thomas Hartland, chairman.
Twenty-eight current and new Hartland employees will invest alongside Rosemont and own 68% of the firm, according to an ADV filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Hartland’s has $18 billion in assets under advisement for more than 150 institutions and 500 families and individuals.
David C. Fulton Jr., president and CEO of Hartland & Co., and Genie Logue, managing director of Rosemont, couldn’t be reached by press time.