Campbell Lutyens has promoted Edward Hutton to partner. Also, the firm has upped Xiaoni Shi and Nick Spencer to principal. Hutton joined Campbell Lutyens in 2007 while Shi came on board in 2013 and Spencer was first hired in 2010.
Campbell Lutyens is pleased to announce a number of senior promotions in its London and Hong Kong offices.
Edward Hutton has been promoted to Partner. Ed joined Campbell Lutyens in 2007 and has responsibility for the firm’s GP & LP relationships in the Nordic countries and also shares responsibility for investor coverage in the UK. He has raised significant capital for a broad range of our clients’ funds across private equity, infrastructure and private debt, helped to source fundraising mandates, and has been instrumental in generating secondary opportunities for the firm.
The firm has also promoted Xiaoni Shi, who is based in Hong Kong, and Nick Spencer, who is based in London to Principal. Xiaoni joined the firm in 2013 and covers the Asia Pacific region with an emphasis on Japan and Greater China. Nick joined the firm in 2010 and has worked across the range of the firm’s activities with a specific focus on secondary infrastructure transactions.
Andrew Sealey, Managing Partner and CEO said: “These new promotions strengthen our business and position us for further growth in both our primary and secondaries businesses”.
Campbell Lutyens is a leading independent private equity and infrastructure advisory firm founded in 1988. Campbell Lutyens comprises 94 professionals, advisers and staff across offices in London, New York and Hong Kong. It acts as a placement agent to private equity, infrastructure, energy and debt fund managers, raising capital from investors globally. It also advises institutions banks and GP’s on the secondary sale, or restructuring, of portfolios of private equity, infrastructure and debt fund or direct interests.