Private equity firm Campbell Lutyens has promoted Paula Langton and Immanuel Rubin to partner. Also, Ben Pearce and Natasha Farquharson have been promoted to principal.
Paula Langton joined Campbell Lutyens in 2006 to focus on project management within the fund placement team. She has over 11 years’ experience in the private equity and infrastructure advisory sector and has helped contribute towards another record year for the firm. Over the past 12 months alone the placement team has closed on $11 billion of commitments across 10 funds across its private equity, real assets and private debt verticals.
Immanuel Rubin has been with Campbell Lutyens since 2004 with a focus on its secondary advisory business. He has helped secure and maintain Campbell Lutyens’ leading market position in Europe for both private equity and infrastructure, with over $30bn of successfully completed transactions.
New Principal Appointments
Ben Pearce joined Campbell Lutyens’ secondary advisory team in 2007 and has since helped successfully complete a broad range of transactions including fund portfolio sales, structured secondaries and restructurings.
Natasha Farquharson joined the New York team at Campbell Lutyens in 2013, with a focus on managing investor relationships with US investors on the East Coast from our New York office. Natasha has 11 years of fund placement experience.
Andrew Sealey, Managing Partner and CEO said: “These appointments further strengthen our Partner group following a period of sustained growth in both our primary and secondaries businesses which has seen our team double in size since 2007.
Campbell Lutyens is a leading independent private equity and infrastructure advisory firm founded in 1988.
Campbell Lutyens comprises over 80 professionals, advisers and staff across offices in London, New York and Hong Kong. Its fundraising practice acts as a placement agent to private equity, infrastructure, energy and debt fund managers, raising capital from investors globally. Its secondary advisory practice advises institutions and banks on the secondary sale, or restructuring, of portfolios of private equity, infrastructure and debt fund or direct interests.