Renee Noto Named One of the WSJ Women to Watch in Private Equity
NEW YORK, NY, November 17, 2020 — Brightstar Capital Partners is pleased to announce that Partner and President Renee Noto has been named one of the Wall Street Journal’s “Women to Watch in Private Equity.”
Renee was recognized in the fundraising category. The Journal wrote “we highlight top female talent in roles across fundraising, business development and portfolio management in the general-partner capital-formation or limited-partner worlds.”
Renee helps spearhead Brightstar’s fundraising and investor relations. She joined the firm as a partner shortly after its inception in 2015 and three years later was promoted to president. She’s a member of the firm’s Investment Committee and sits on the board of InfraServ, a Brightstar portfolio company.
Brightstar Founder and Managing Partner Andrew Weinberg told The Journal, “Renee is essential to what we do and how we do it, both in our fundraising and our day-to-day internal operations…she’s committed to making each member of our firm better.”
For the Wall Street Journal’s full article, click here (subscription required).
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