Carlyle Hires Six For Energy Investing

By Staff Report — 5 years ago

The Carlyle Group has hired a six person energy investment team, the private equity firm said on May 2, as it looks to take advantage of predicted growth in global demand. Carlyle is beefing up its energy team after an 11-year collaboration with Riverstone Holdings, which saw the private equity firms launch six funds together […]

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By Staff Report — 7 years ago

Nahla A. Azmy has been named managing director of investor relations at Energy Capital Partners LP, based in Short Hills, N.J. Azmy was previously at NRG Energy, which announced that Chad S. Plotkin would succeed him there as vice president of investor relations. David Blechman has joined H.I.G. Capital as a managing director in the […]

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By Staff Report — 8 years ago

John Arlotta has joined General Atlantic as a special partner with a focus on the health care sector. Arlotta is former chairman and CEO of Coram Inc. and NeighborCare Inc. Jamie Bellanca, former vice president of advanced technology for Cleversafe, has joined Baird Private Equity as an entrepreneur-in-residence. The firm also announced that Lily Wang […]

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By Staff Report — 8 years ago

Mark Anson has joined Oak Hill Investment Management as a managing partner and chair of the firm’s investment committee. He previously was with Nuveen Investments as president and executive director of investment services. Before that, he served as CEO of Hermes Pensions Management and as CIO for CalPERS. Bill Aulet has been named managing director […]

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By Staff Report — 8 years ago

Magnus Christensson has joined Jefferies as a managing director and European head of the firm’s fund placement group. He previously was with Atlantic-Pacific Capital. Bob Deutsch has joined GCP Capital as a managing director. He previously was CEO of GCP portfolio company Ironshore Inc. Paul Donofrio has been named head of global corporate banking at […]

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EVCA changes governance

By Staff Report — 9 years ago

In a bid to simplify and shorten decision-making lines, EVCA have announced a wave of changes to its model of governance. Under the new structure venture capital, mid-market and large buyouts platform councils have become the most powerful bodies in EVCA. As EVCA’s executive committee is disbanded, elected members of each platform council will constitute […]

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