Bailey Southwell & Co. Hires Tim Scallen to Lead BSC Capital Partners
Bailey Southwell & Co. has hired Tim Scallen to lead BSC Capital Partners (BSCCP) as Managing Partner.
FREMONT, CA: Bailey Southwell & Co., a Nashville-based healthcare and tech-enabled services merchant bank, is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Scallen to lead BSC Capital Partners (BSCCP). It is a Bailey Southwell's affiliated principal investment fund that makes minority investments in growth and late-stage healthcare and tech-enabled services companies.
BSCCP has made five investments that include Retina Consultants of America, Data Dimensions, Shearwater Health, ChartSpan, and Tellus. As Bailey Southwell is the top investment banking platform in advising advanced middle-market organizations, the firm can offer real-time market feedback on developing industry dynamics within the payer, provider, and tech verticals to help management teams augment strategies and increase their growth prospects.
Tim Scallen has more than a decade’s experience in portfolio management, fundraising, and deal execution. He also focuses on the new healthcare technology and information analytics sectors.
Scallen, has an extensive M & A experience, starting from growth-equity investing, late-stage buyouts, and subordinated lending. He has gained that knowledge from his roles as an investor, board member, and advisor to organizations across various industries. Scallen was a principal at TripleTrees TT Capital Partners and has also worked at Norwest Equity Partners and Bain Capital and holds a B.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.
Scallen commented, "BSCCP has built a strong foundation and their current portfolio of investments underscores the firm's expertise and expansive network of relationships within the healthcare and tech-enabled services industries. I am beyond excited to join the Bailey Southwell team to build on this momentum and take BSCCP to the next level."
"We are thrilled to be welcoming Tim to our leadership team to help solidify and expand our investment capabilities," said Jeff Bailey, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Bailey Southwell. "His sector experience aligns perfectly with our investment thesis, and he has experience in building a world-class private equity platform. Our three foundational elements of providing access to our network, insights to monitor emerging trends, and M&A market feedback through our investment banking platform has enabled the fund to make differentiated investments that we know Tim will continue to build upon."
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