Aterian Investment Partners
11 E 44th Street, Suite 1803
New York, NY 10017

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Brandon Bethea
212.547.2810
bbethea@aterianpartners.com
Michael Fieldstone
212.547.2806
mfieldstone@aterianpartners.com
Christopher H. Thomas
212.547.2824
cthomas@aterianpartners.com
Mark Brody
212.897.2885
mbrody@aterianpartners.com
Joshua Ciampa
212.897.2884
jciampa@aterianpartners.com
Daniel Phan
212.547.2809
dphan@aterianpartners.com
Christian Remmel
212.897.2887
cremmel@aterianpartners.com
Martin_Vogel
212.547.2920
mvogel@aterianpartners.com
Daniel Krasnow
212.897.2886
dkrasnow@aterianpartners.com
Daniel Corbett
646.432.4406
dcorbett@aterianpartners.com
Jorge Fabre
212.547.2911
jfabre@aterianpartners.com
Brian Moore
212.547.2818
bmoore@aterianpartners.com
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BRANDON BETHEA, Principal

Mr. Bethea is a Principal at Aterian Investment Partners and serves on the Investment Committee, where he is actively involved in the investment and portfolio activities of the firm. Mr. Bethea has been a special situations, turnaround and underperformer investor since 2000. During his career, he has been involved in numerous transactions totaling nearly $200 million of equity capital deployed. Prior to Aterian, he was a Principal with Insight Equity, an operationally intensive private equity firm managing $800 million of committed capital in three institutional funds focused on investing in underperforming businesses. While at Insight, Mr. Bethea served on the Board of Directors or Board of Managers of Walker Group Holdings and Superior Silica Sands and was a director nominee of Hirschfeld Industries. Prior to Insight, Mr. Bethea was an investment professional for three years at Freeman Spogli & Co., a Los Angeles based private equity firm that manages more than $2.0 billion of committed capital. While at Freeman Spogli, Mr. Bethea participated in a variety of transactions and operational turnaround initiatives including an out-of-court restructuring for Hudson Respiratory Care, Inc. that included negotiations with banks, bondholders and other stakeholders regarding obligations greater than $200 million in aggregate. Mr. Bethea began his career as a generalist in Salomon Smith Barney's West Coast Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Finance departments. While at Salomon Smith Barney, Mr. Bethea participated in the restructuring of Fluor Corp, resulting in the reverse spin-off of Massey Energy from Fluor. Mr. Bethea received his AB from Harvard University. He also earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.