Trinity Hunt collects $179m for Fund IV

The Dallas-based firm launched its fourth vehicle in 2012 and is targeting $250m.

Trinity Hunt Partners has collected about $179 million for its Fund IV, according to documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The 2012 vintage fund is targeting $250 million.

Trinity Hunt did not return a request for comment. 

The filing lists placement agent Berchwood Partners and investment bank Cross Point Capital as the fund’s associated brokers. 

Trinity Hunt’s third fund, a 2004 vintage, raised $215 million according to Private Equity International’s Research and Analytics division. 

The firm targets entrepreneurial and family-owned companies in the industrial products, business services and healthcare services sectors. These companies are usually based in the Southwest, Southeast and lower Midwest regions of the US, according to Trinity Hunt’s website.

Trinity Hunt’s portfolio includes Dallas-based Starplex Cinemas and St. Louis-based healthcare business Castlewood Treatment Center, according to the website. 

Founded in 1993, Trinity Hunt is led by managing partners Daniel Dross, who previously founded Thomas Weisel Partners, and former Banc One assistant vice president Peter Stein.