European private equity firm Argos Soditic has appointed Jérémie Falzone as investment manager and Guillaume Lefebvre as analyst. Falzone joined Argos Soditic in May 2007 as an associate.
Following the nomination of Karel Kroup as the 8th Partner in Argos Soditic in January, Jérémie Falzone becomes an Investment Manager and Guillaume Lefebvre joins the team as an analyst.
Jérémie Falzone, 31 years old, a graduate of the HEC School of Management and of Sciences Po Paris, joined Argos Soditic in May 2007 as an Associate.
Since then he has worked in particular on the acquisition of the Mertz transportation business (2008) and its sale (2011) as well as on the public tender and recap of the listed consultancy firm Solving Efeso (2010).
Jérémie has also participated in the exclusive negotiations for the sale of Buffet Crampon (2012).
Guillaume Lefebvre, 27 years old, holds post graduate degrees in Economics and in Management from the Sorbonne University as well as a Master Degree from ESCP Europe Business School.
He joined Argos Soditic in February 2012 after previous experiences in Private Equity within CM-CIC Capital Finance and Rothschild & Cie (Five Arrows Managers).
About Argos Soditic
Argos Soditic is an independent European private equity group with offices in Paris, Milan and Geneva. Since its creation in 1989, Argos Soditic has carried out more than 50 transactions focusing on management buy-outs and buy-ins in small and medium sized companies. Argos Sodtic typically takes majority stakes ranging from €5m to €50m in companies with revenues of €20m to €400m.
With €700m under management, the firm has developed a track record of unusual, complex and off-market transactions where the firm’s combination of local presence and international experience is able to add value to the small and medium sized businesses it invests in.