Tamra-Tacoma Capital Partners

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Tamra-Tacoma Capital Partners (TTCP) is an alternative multi-family investment management firm located in Dallas, Texas, New York, New York, and London.

The multi-strategy multi-family investment firm invests across a wide variety of industries, including renewable energy, real estate, as well as filmed entertainment and digital media. The firm manages over $1.25 billion of private equity and intends to deploy over $1.5B across these industries by 2017.

Tamra-Tacoma Capital Partners is led by six Managing Directors: Former Bain consultant Yoav Bergman, renewable energy fund manager Matthew Brown, former investment bankers Mario Escano and Patrick Donovan, and former entertainment executive Shane Starr.

Investments

Tamra-Tacoma Capital Partners, the firm's fund management operation, is composed of TTCP Fund I and TTCP Fund II, which makes investments in private equity funds and to a lesser extent private companies, and TTCP Energy Finance Fund I and TTCP Energy Finance Fund II which invests in traditional and renewable energy infrastructure.

In January 2013, Kona Group received $50 million in funding from Tamra-Tacoma Capital Partners to finance its residential asset portfolio growth strategy. In August 2013, Urban Green Energy received $20 million in funding from TTCP to finance its small-scale telecom retrofits. In March 2014, Baker Oil & Gas received $39 million in funding from TTCP and in May 2014, Southwest Petroleum & Energy received $24 million. In February 2015, Leaf Solar Power received $75 million in funding from TTCP to syndicate the funding of residential and commercial solar installations in the U.S.

TTCP's renewable energy portfolio consists of thirteen utility-scale wind/solar assets located in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey and Texas. TTCP's traditional energy portfolio consists of five mineral portfolio-assets located in the Bakken, Eagle Ford and Marcellus shales.

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