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Pete Bailey

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Biography

Pete has over 10 years of experience executing M&A and capital markets transactions in a variety of industries including aerospace & defense, energy, industrials, consumer, financial services, and healthcare.

Prior to joining Capstone Headwaters, Mr. Bailey worked as an investment banker at Stephens Inc., Wells Fargo & Company, and Citigroup, Inc.  He has over 10 years of experience executing M&A and capital markets transactions in a variety of industries including aerospace & defense, energy, industrials, consumer, financial services, and healthcare. He also served over five years as a U.S. Army intelligence officer, which included two tours to Bosnia-Herzegovina in support of peacekeeping and counter-terrorism operations, and deployment to Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. 

Education

Harvard Business School - MBA - General Management, Finance

United States Military Academy at West Point - BS - General Management

Registrations & Affiliations

FINRA - Series 7 & 63 Registed General Securities Representative

FINRA - Series 23 Registered General Securities Principal

FINRA - Series 79 Registered Investment Banking Representative

Industry Coverage

COVID-19 lockdowns and social distancing protocols have driven consumers to increasingly pursue recreation and leisure activities, contributing to heightened demand for outdoor, sporting goods, and tactical product manufacturers.  Notably, bicycle sales have increased dramatically, rising 63% year-over-year, amounting to $679 million, with mountain bikes and road bike sales up 92% and 87% in June, respectively, according to NPD.  Read more

During COVID-19, the sports world and Sports Technology industry have increasingly leveraged digital platforms to mitigate lost revenues brought by mandated lockdowns.Read more

Outdoor retailers that have closed stores continue to struggle while consumers shelter in place, presenting critical e-commerce opportunities.  While public markets have experienced significant volatility, tactical & outdoor providers have fared better than general recreational products companies as of May 5th, with EBITDA multiples at 8.8x compared to 7.1x, respectively.Read more