Nitin Khanna

Nitin Khanna

The latest issue of Executive Perspective features Nitin Khanna, Chairman and CEO of Cura Cannabis Solutions, the largest legal cannabis company by revenue. Prior to joining Cura, he was CEO of MergerTech, an investment bank focused on mobile tech companies. Earlier in his career, Nitin was a cofounder of Saber Corporation, where he served as Chairman and CEO. He grew the company to $300 million in revenue and 1500 employees, and in 2007, EDS (now owned by HP) acquired the company for $460 million. Nitin holds a bachelor’s and master’s in industrial engineering from Purdue University, and is based in Portland, Oregon.

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02 Aug 2021

TowerBrook Capital Partners Makes Strategic Investment in EisnerAmper LLP

Transaction Details TowerBrook Capital Partners, an international investment management firm, has made a strategic investment in EisnerAmper, one of the largest professional services firms in the world, offering premier accounting, tax and business advisory services. The firm will now operate two divisions: EisnerAmper LLP, a licensed CPA firm, will provide attest services; and Eisner Advisory Group LLC,...

16 Jul 2021

Platinum Equity Acquires Ingram Micro

*Financial Information ($USD) Enterprise Value:         $7.2 Billion EV/FY20 Revenue:      0.15x Transaction Details Platinum Equity announced that it has completed the acquisition of Ingram Micro Inc. from HNA Group. Ingram Micro’s total enterprise value in the transaction was $7.2 billion, including $5.9 billion in equity value Ingram will retain CEO Alain Monié and...

13 May 2021

NWN Corp. Acquires Carousel Industries

Financial Information ($USD) Not Disclosed Transaction Details NWN Corporation, a leading Cloud Communications Service Provider (CCSP), announced yesterday that it will acquire fellow solutions provider Carousel Industries. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. New State Capital Partners, majority stakeholder of NWN since 2015, is backing the transaction which will form a combined company...