Michael Cohrs has become an advisor to Northern European private equity firm EQT and EQT Partners. Cohrs was previously member of the management board at Deutsche Bank and is also a member of the Interim Financial Policy Committee (and the Court) of the Bank of England.
Michael Cohrs has agreed to become an advisor to EQT and EQT Partners. Michael Cohrs was previously Member of the Management Board at Deutsche Bank and is today a Member of the Interim Financial Policy Committee (and the Court) of the Bank of England. He will have a particular focus on Credit and the financial sector.
“Michael brings a wealth of experience to EQT and EQT Partners and we really look forward to working together with him”, says Conni Jonsson, CEO and Managing Partner at EQT Partners, Investment Advisor to the EQT funds.
EQT Funds Management Limited Spokesperson
Johan Hähnel, Communications & PR +46 8 506 55 334
EQT is the leading private equity group in Northern Europe with close to EUR 18 billion in raised capital and multiple investment strategies. Together with a superior network of independent Industrial Advisors, EQT implements its investment strategy by acquiring or financing good medium-sized to large companies in Northern and Eastern Europe, Asia and the United States, supporting their development into leading companies. Development is achieved by an industrial strategy with focus on growth. Since inception, EQT has invested more than EUR 10.8 billion in around 100 companies and exited close to 50. EQT-owned companies have more than 550,000 employees.
EQT Partners, acting as investment advisor to the managers of each EQT fund, has around 120 investment professionals with an extensive industrial and financial competence. EQT Partners and its affiliates have offices in Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Oslo, London, Munich, New York, Shanghai, Singapore, Stockholm, Warsaw and Zurich.