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FIRM OVERVIEW: Medium Private Equity founded in September 11, 2001 based out of Washington, USA (US West)

FIRM DESCRIPTION: Paladin is a multi-stage PE fund that invests in companies that are looking to grow their business in the federal markets. Our average initial investment is $3M-$5M for technology deals, larger amounts for alternative energy deals. Our portfolio companies are evenly balanced between East & West Coast. We look for companies in the following sectors: communications & IT services, cyber security, general technology, and alternative energy.

TEAM MEMBERS: Alf Andreassen, Christopher Steed, Colin Bryant, E. Kenneth Pentimonti, Hannah Clifford, Kenneth A. Minihan, Lee Buchannan, Mark A. Maloney, Michael J. Moniz, Michael R. Steed, Mourad Yesayan, Niloo R. Howe, Paul Conley, Philip Eliot,

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Goodbye Dc, Hello California

Fund: Paladin Capital Group

Posted by knife point on 2013-02-01

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Life science effort has relocated to california to try to become a member of the great and the good. Weak technical skills and lousy follow thru so unlikely to get much deal flow other than sloppy seconds/thirds, etc

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Easy to Work With, Know the Fed Gov't Space

Fund: Paladin Capital Group

Posted by Anonymous on 2011-07-07

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We got to negotiating a deal, but due to a variety of moving parts, couldn't get to a mutually acceptable deal.

We enjoyed dealing with these guys -- for most of the VC world, "government" produces blank stares -- but they understand both the challenges of dealing with the government and can help small companies navigate the complexities of the contracting process.

Everyone we dealt with there was smart and upfront. We would welcome a deal with them in the future.

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They Do Their Homework

Fund: Paladin Capital Group

Posted by experience on 2010-06-29

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Paladin contacted me, and though I usually have a "no analyst without partner" rule, I made an exception. The analysts were bright and well informed, and had done their homework in our space.

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Pleasant Pitch, Reasonably Quick Follow Up

Fund: Paladin Capital Group

Posted by ecoaster on 2009-07-09

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Dc Connected

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Posted by Interested Party on 2007-09-17

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Sharp people that know that understand the Federal Govt. space.

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Didn't Get Funded by Them but Like Them

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Posted by Anonymous on 2007-08-14

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We pitched them and didn't get funded as we were a little too early for their fund. That said, if you are selling to the goverment these guys are someone that you want to have in your company. Liked the people and found them to be very professional as well as honest.

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