Jonathan Pompan led a team of attorneys advising on, as regulatory counsel, Clarion Capital Partners, LLC (Clarion) in its investment in Harris & Harris, Ltd., a leader in accounts receivable management and customer care solutions., which closed on September 27, 2019. Additional information on the transaction can be found at https://www.clarion-capital.com/news-article/clarion-capital-partners-completes-investment-harris-harris. In addition to Pompan, the Venable team included consumer financial services attorneys Kevin Park, Helen Chen, Peter Frechette, Evan Minsberg, along with support from Dan Blynn, Ron Jacobs, Lyndsay Steinmetz, David Owens, and Cameron Cole.
About Clarion Capital Partners, LLC
Clarion Capital Partners is a New York based private equity firm that focuses on making equity investments in lower middle market growth companies. Clarion's industry focus includes Business & Healthcare Services, Specialty Financial Services, Media, Entertainment & Technology, and Consumer & Retail. Additional information on Clarion can be found at www.clarion-capital.com.
About Harris & Harris
Harris & Harris is an accounts receivable management and customer care firm, providing first-party and third-party debt collection, third party liability, and other complementary services through advanced onshore call-centers. Harris & Harris is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Additional information on Harris & Harris can be found at www.harriscollect.com.
About Venable's Consumer Financial Services Practice Group
Venable's Consumer Financial Services Practice Group was one of the first law firm practices to focus on all aspects of consumer financial services regulation and enforcement, including practicing before the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), banking regulatory agencies, state attorneys general, and state regulators. Our interdisciplinary team has handled and continues to handle some of the most important precedent-setting enforcement, litigation, and supervisory matters in the CFPB's history, and is increasingly called upon by investors in connection with regulatory due diligence of consumer financial services companies.