Adviser Campbell Lutyens has promoted six new principals in its London, New York and Hong Kong offices. Among those receiving promotions are Annabelle Judd in London, Ryan Mason in New York and James Shipperlee in Hong Kong.
London (19 July 2018) – Campbell Lutyens, the leading global and independent private capital advisor, is pleased to announce the promotions of six new Principals in its London, New York and Hong Kong offices.
Annabelle Judd and James Sladden are based in Campbell Lutyens’ London office. Annabelle is a member of the firm’s secondary advisory team and previously spent ten years advising on M&A transactions prior to joining Campbell Lutyens in 2017. James, who has been with the firm for over eight years, is focused on fund placement, with particular expertise in infrastructure.
In New York, Ryan Mason and Richard Moore are members of Campbell Lutyens’ fund placement team and are both involved in the development of its expanding US business. Ryan, who joined the firm in 2017, has 13 years of experience and is focused on distribution in the North East US and Canada. Richard has been with the firm for over six years and is focused on execution and advisory across both private equity and infrastructure.
James Shipperlee and Don Yoon are based in Campbell Lutyens’ Hong Kong office and are members of the firm’s fund placement team. James has a particular focus on execution and has been with Campbell Lutyens for more than seven years. Don, who joined in 2015, is primarily focused on Korea and has more than 16 years of experience in product development and investment banking with firms in Seoul, London and Hong Kong.
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 debt managers. Its secondary transaction practice advises institutional and other investors on the sale or restructuring of portfolios of funds or direct investments within the private equity and infrastructure classes. It also advises managers on GP-led liquidity and fund restructuring transactions. The firm has a team of more than 130 operating from offices in London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Singapore. Campbell Lutyens has been consistently recognised as one of the leading fund placement and secondaries advisers globally.