Avante Capital Partners’ Daniela Messina Joins ACG Boston Board

Los Angeles, CA (October 4, 2019)—AvanteCapital Partners, a women-owned private credit and structured equity firm, announced their Director of Business Development and Investor Relations, Daniela Messina, has been selected to join the board of directors for the Association of Corporate Growth (ACG) Boston.

“Daniela has a long history of leadership roles and a broad network of professionals that have benefited from their relationships with her.  I know she will add tremendous value to ACG Boston in her new role on the board, ” said Jeri Harman, Founder of Avante Capital Partners.

ACG Boston is New England’s premier association and valued resource dedicated to helping middle-market M&A professionals build and maintain trusted networks.  ACG membership includes private equity investors, intermediaries, corporate development professionals, lenders, M&A advisors, and transaction service providers.

“I value and support ACG Boston’s mission and remarkable work.  I’m honored to serve on their board,” said Daniela Messina.

An accomplished attorney and expert communications and business development executive, Messina held volunteer leadership roles and  been active with the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce including their Women’s Network Advisory Board and Executive Leadership Institute, Bentley College Executive Club and The Boston Club, one of the largest organizations for women executive and professional leaders in the Northeast. She served as a member of the Massachusetts Regional Competitiveness Council for the Northeast Region and was appointed by Massachusetts Governors Mitt Romney and Deval Patrick to the Salem State University Board of Trustees.

About Avante Capital Partners

Avante Capital Partners is a woman-owned private credit and structured equity fund headquartered in Los Angeles.  Avante invests in high-quality, lower middle market businesses generating $3 million+ in cash flow in the form of unitranche debt, traditional mezzanine and minority equity.