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OceanSound Partners adds seven to team

OceanSound Partners (OceanSound), a private equity firm that invests in technology and technology-enabled services companies serving government and enterprise end markets, has added seven professionals to its team to support portfolio companies and investment activity.

The firm currently manages more than $1.8bn in regulatory assets under management (RAUM), has seven companies in its portfolio, and has completed acquisitions of 29 companies since inception.

The new additions to OceanSound are Sam Todd, as a Vice President, Caroline Weakland, as a Senior Associate, and Alexander Giolito, Richard Hagestad, Nicholas Iserloth and Isha Kothari as Associates. Laurie Hadick also joins the firm as Director of Compliance.

Todd was previously a Vice President at Thoma Bravo’s upper middle market private equity fund, Discover. Prior to that he was at Spectrum Equity, having started his career as an Investment Banking Analyst at M&A advisory firm North Point Advisors.

Weakland, Senior Associate, joins OceanSound from Sun Capital Partners, where she worked in the firm’s Technology Group. Previously, she served as an Investment Banking Analyst at Houlihan Lokey and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.

Giolito was previously an Investment Banking Associate at Jefferies in San Francisco, working in the firm’s Technology Group, while Hagestad, comes to OceanSound from Lazard, where he worked as an Investment Banking Analyst in the Aerospace and Defense Group and the Interactive and Digital Media Group.
Kothari, meanwhile, joins OceanSound after serving as an Investment Banking Analyst in the Enterprise Software Group at Spurrier Capital Partners, which was acquired by Lincoln International.

Laurie Hadick, Director of Compliance, joins OceanSound after serving as Chief Compliance Officer for private funds manager HealthCor Management. Earlier in her career, she served as Compliance Officer for global asset manager Alphadyne Asset Management.

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