Campbell Lutyens has named Jeffrey Griffiths and Guillermo Marroquin as partners. Griffiths, who is based in London, first joined Campbell Lutyens in 2016 while Marroquin, who is based in Chicago, came on board in 2018.
London (26 July 2021) – Campbell Lutyens, one of the leading global private capital advisors, is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Partners to its global leadership team, in Europe and North America.
Jeffrey Griffiths is based in London and has been instrumental in the development of the firm’s private credit practice, which he co-heads with Richard von Gusovius. He has 20 years of experience in financial services, having worked with several leading financial institutions. He joined Campbell Lutyens in 2016 and has since advised notable private credit managers including Benefit Street Partners, Apera, Kartesia and White Oak.
Guillermo Marroquin joined Campbell Lutyens in its Chicago office in 2018 to lead the firm’s infrastructure and real assets practice in North America. He has more than 25 years of experience in financial services. In his specialist role, he has advised key infrastructure clients on their strategy and fundraisings, contributing to the firm’s fund placement and secondary advisory activities. Campbell Lutyens has advised on leading infrastructure fundraisings in North America, including the Stonepeak Global Renewables Fund and the John Hancock Infrastructure Fund.
In addition, Karim Boueiz, Ana Dicu and Stephen Henderson have been promoted to Managing Director. Karim, who is based in London, joined the firm in 2018 and is a member of the fund placement team with a focus on investor relationships in France, the Middle East and southern Europe. Ana, also based in London, has been with the firm for five years advising on secondary transactions, principally in Europe. Stephen is based in the firm’s New York office and advises on secondary transactions in North America, having joined the firm in 2018.
About Campbell Lutyens
Founded in 1988, Campbell Lutyens is a global and independent private capital advisor, focused on fund placement and secondary advisory services. Its fund placement practice advises and raises capital globally for private equity, infrastructure and private credit managers. Its secondary advisory practice advises across a wide range of transactions, including the sale or restructuring of portfolios of funds or direct investments and GP-led liquidity and fund restructuring transactions. The firm has a team of more than 160 operating from offices in London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Charlotte, Hong Kong and Singapore. Campbell Lutyens is consistently recognised as one of the leading fund placement and secondaries advisors globally.