The Capstreet Group Recognized as One of the Top 50 PE Firms in the Middle Market

March 5, 2021

HOUSTON, TEXAS (March 5, 2021) – The Capstreet Group is proud to announce that it has been named one of 2021’s Top 50 Private Equity Firms by Grady Campbell. Now in its fifth year, the mission of the TOP 50 PE program is to recognize private equity firms that demonstrate an excellent track record and a noteworthy reputation. We are proud of what our portfolio company’s management and internal teams have accomplished over the last year.

About The Capstreet Group

The Capstreet Group is a Houston, Texas based private equity firm that invests in owner-managed, lower middle market companies. Capstreet targets companies operating in the outsourced business service sector and the industrial distribution, services and manufacturing sectors. Capstreet’s approach is to partner with excellent management teams to build out corporate infrastructure, accelerate growth and profitability, and create long-term sustainable businesses. For more information, visit The Capstreet Group website,

The “Top PE Firms in the Middle Market” is a program designed by GCI Publishing to acknowledge and promote small and mid-sized leading private equity firms in the middle market. Winning firms are selected based upon their track record, reputation, leadership and third party endorsement. While The Capstreet Group did not pay a fee to receive this award, we did remit a fee in exchange for the use of the logo on any Capstreet materials. It is our understanding that any marketing fees are the same for all award recipients. The firms all have fund sizes of $125M to $850M and have headquarters in the United States. This award is not to be construed as indicative of The Capstreet Group’s future performance. Reference to a ranking is only one piece of information relevant to an evaluation of an investment adviser such as The Capstreet Group and additional factors are available. Finally, this award represents information as of a specific date and time and may not reflect important information related to an evaluation of the investment adviser which has occurred prior to, or subsequent to, the award.