LONDON, (Reuters) – Private equity firm AnaCap Financial Partners has taken advantage of banking job cuts to add four ex-Lehman Brothers personnel to its specialist financial services team, it said on Monday.
The firm, which is backed by 16 financial institutions including Goldman Sachs, Honeywell and Allianz, said it has appointed Chris Patrick as principal and co-head of the mergers and acquisitions team. Patrick was formerly a managing director and head of principal finance, European structured products at Lehman Brothers.
AnaCap said it has also appointed Andy Wynn, former executive director of Lehman’s European structured finance group, as director of the business services team.
Daniel Ang and Nassim Cherchali join as analysts supporting the entire group, AnaCap said.
(reporting by Simon Meads; editing by Rupert Winchester)