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Cotton Creek Capital Announces an Addition to Investment Team

DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- Cotton Creek Capital, a Texas-based lower middle-market private equity firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Alan Goldstein to the investment team as an Associate in the Austin office.

Previously, Mr. Goldstein was an investment banking analyst at Jefferies Group LLC in New York, specializing in Mergers and Acquisitions. In his time at Jefferies, Alan advised clients ranging from small to large capital companies and financial sponsors on both buy-side and sell-side transactions across several industries.

Mr. Goldstein received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin, with minors in Accounting and Psychology.

About Cotton Creek Capital
Cotton Creek Capital is a Texas-based private equity firm focused on investing in and growing established lower middle market companies in manufacturing, value-added distribution, industrial, specialty chemical, business services, healthcare services and consumer staples. The firm invests in companies with enterprise values between $15 million and $200 million through transactions ranging from buyouts, recapitalizations, buy-and-builds, and corporate divestitures. Cotton Creek Capital has offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin and is affiliated with Brownlie & Braden, LLC, a provider of financial advisory services to high net worth families for over 20 years. For further information, visit Cotton Creek's website at

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