Intervale Capital, an energy-focused private equity firm, has promoted Jason Turowsky to principal, Phil Wilson to vice president, and Kendal Reed to senior associate.
Turowsky joined Intervale in July 2013 as vice president, playing a lead role in managing Intervale's investments in Certus Energy Solutions and Tier 1 Energy Solutions. He has more than 10 years of experience as a private equity investor. Prior to Intervale, Turowsky was at Falconhead Capital, a middle market private equity fund, and, earlier, at UBS Investment Bank. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Wilson joined Intervale in January 2011 as an associate, and was promoted to senior associate in 2013. In his previous position, Wilson has been an integral part of Intervale's investments in Allied Oil and Gas Services and TRF Energy Solutions. Before joining Intervale, he worked as an investment banking analyst in Credit Suisse's Global Industrials and Financial Institutions Group. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowdoin College in both history and economics.
Reed joined Intervale in March 2012 as an associate and has played an active role in overseeing Intervale's investments in Aegis Chemical Solutions and Epic Lift Systems. Before joining Intervale, Reed held an investment banking analyst position in Piper Jaffray's Clean Technology & Industrials Group, where he worked on a range of capital markets and advisory transactions. He graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance.