TwinBrook Capital Partners - Any Details?

Any details on TwinBrook Capital Partners? There website is obviously helpful. Not sure if anyone on here works for them and can provide details on; (i) work/life balance, (ii) compensation, and (iii) overall thoughts on the firm? Seems to be a very active player in the leverage lending space and, as of recently, has dominated the lower to middle market lending scene in Chicago with its deal activity posted on its website.


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Jan 4, 2019 - 1:10pm

Senior people Left Madison to start this firm. Very active and aggressive in the market. If you want to do non bank lending, this is a great place.

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Jan 4, 2019 - 1:33pm

They are becoming a very successful MM lender given the strength of some of their relationships and ability to work quickly (quicker than others). I have no idea on comp, but it would probably be in line with the Monroe/Madison comp.

Not sure how much modeling and analysis is actual done since we've had sponsors close deals without requiring on-site visits and any concern over approval, but they are def. taking market share.

My guess is 9-9 would be common during the week for younger staff given the volume of deal flow they see, but I would guess less weekend work and fewer really late nights.

It's a bit of a mystery how it will perform and act in a downturn, particularly given the level of DD it does outside of the sponsor's DD.

Jan 11, 2019 - 12:29pm

That's honestly crazy considering, a lot of the other funds like THL Credit, Ares DL, GSO, Crescent are on par with LMM/MM PE with Ares and GSO being almost MF comp level. Some of those analyst programs with the mentioned funds pay more than associate level at TwinBrook. Huge discrepancy in the market looks like within DL. Bigger names within DL will pay $200k-250k all in as a first year associate. Biggest thing it looks like is that if the fund recruits post-IB investment professionals you'd expect comp to look similar to associate at IB/PE levels

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Jan 13, 2021 - 1:02pm

Bump, anyone know more about hours? Assuming 50-60?

  • Analyst 2 in IB-M&A
Jan 13, 2021 - 3:28pm

Interviewed with them a year or two ago (think they always recruit this time of year though)

Process: Meeting with 2 associates / senior associates, case study (given financials and a cip, have to create models / investor committee papers), and then super-day type interview

Work Life Balance: 60ish when normal but easily can ramp to 80+ when deal flow gets heavy (all what I was told, can't verify)

Perks: Awesome snacks / meals / spreads, people I met with were awesome, culture seemed to be great, good space to operate in / growing firm.

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