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Holland & Hart Represents Bow River Capital in Altvia Recapitalization

Holland & Hart represented Bow River Capital Software Growth Equity ("Bow River") in connection with completing its majority recapitalization of Altvia, a leading provider of investor communications and data management software that serves the private capital markets, with Marlin Equity Partners.

Bow River Capital's Software Growth Equity team took majority ownership of Altvia in May 2020 and, working in partnership with veteran SaaS executives Brie Aletto, Ben Hendershot, Jeff Williams, Kjael Skaalerud, and company founder Kevin Kelly, implemented its performance playbook during the course of the last two years. Together, the team organically doubled Altvia's annualized revenue run rate, and invested heavily in research and development to rapidly expand Altvia's product portfolio. Bow River will retain a minority equity stake in Altvia.

The Holland & Hart transactional team was led by Denver-based corporate partners Chris Balch and James Crowe, with assistance from team members Nate Davis, Kenyon Redfoot, and Andrew Leddy. Subject matter expertise was also provided by Ben Gibbons, John Ludlum, Peter Perla, Lindsay Silber, and Trent Timmons.

For more information, please see Bow River's press release.

Holland & Hart’s Corporate attorneys have extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions and advising clients at all stages of development, from start-up to public companies, in a diverse range of industries, including software and technology.


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