Carlyle promotes 59 to senior positions

Carlyle has promoted 59 of its staffers. Of this group, eight have been upped to partner, 19 to managing director and 32 to principal/director.


Washington, DC – Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group today announced that it has promoted 59 professionals to senior positions: eight to Partner, 19 to Managing Director and 32 to Principal/Director. (Principals and Directors are the same level in Carlyle parlance; Principal is the title used in The Americas and Director is the title used in Europe and Asia.) The individuals work in Carlyle’s offices around the globe in four investment segments – Corporate Private Equity, Real Assets, Global Market Strategies and Solutions – plus Investor Services.

New Partners:
Pamela Bentley – Chief Accounting Officer; Arlington
Jonathan Bylin – Investor Relations; New York
Andrew Chung – US Real Estate; New York
Katherine Elmore-Jones – Investor Relations; London
Andrew Marino – Global Energy; Washington, DC
Hiroyuki Otsuka – Japan Buyout; Tokyo
John Redett – Global Financial Services Buyout; New York
Catherine Ziobro – Chief Compliance Officer; Washington, DC

New Managing Directors:
Jeremy Anderson – Fund Management; Washington, DC
Zeina Bain – Europe Buyout; London
Michael Beaton – DGAM; Toronto
Andrew Curry – Investor Relations; New York
William Darman – Equity Opportunity; Washington, DC
Richard Dunne – AlpInvest; New York
Russell Farscht – US Buyout; New York
Paul Ferraro – Investor Relations; New York
Jeffrey Gui – Asia Buyout; Beijing
Karthic Jayaraman – Europe Buyout; London
David Johnson – GMS Infrastructure; New York
David Kingery – US Real Estate; Lafayette, CA
Matthew LoRusso – Fund Management; London
Stuart MacKenzie – Europe Structured Credit; London
Patrick McCarter – US Buyout; Washington, DC
Nancy Palleschi – Events/Conferences; Washington, DC
Mahesh Parasuraman – Asia Growth; Mumbai
Jay Sammons – US Buyout; New York
Jamie Williams – US Real Estate; Washington, DC

New Principals/Directors:
Wes Bieligk – US Buyout; Washington, DC
Katey Bogue – Fund Management; Washington, DC
Tim Bruning – US Real Estate; Los Angeles
Adam Buchwald – US Real Estate; Washington, DC
Ryan Buntain – Investor Relations; San Francisco
Myunghoon Chung – Asia Buyout; Seoul
Joeri de Groot – AlpInvest; Amsterdam
Anne Frederick – Legal; Washington, DC
Robert Howard – Power Partners; Charlotte
Tim Koek – Solutions Finance and Operations; New York
Jim Larocque – Power Partners; New York
Gregory MacDonald – US Real Estate; San Francisco, CA
Joseph Majocha – Fund Management; New York
David Mew – US Structured Credit; New York
Joe O’Connor – AlpInvest; New York
Jumpei Ogura – Japan Buyout; Tokyo
Eduardo Ramos – South America Buyout; Lima
Julian Rampelmann – AlpInvest; New York
Damien Rensonnet – Fund Management; Luxembourg
Carlos Robles – Europe Buyout; Barcelona
Todd Ruggini – AlpInvest; New York
Wyley Scherr – AlpInvest; New York
Sarah Schwarzschild – Metropolitan Real Estate; New York
JW Sikora – Global Energy Mezzanine; Houston
Alexander Sprengers – AlpInvest; Amsterdam
Candice Szu – US Buyout; New York
James Thomas – Investor Relations; Toronto
Maarten van Rossum – AlpInvest; Amsterdam
Wiebe Visser – AlpInvest; Amsterdam
Richard Wallace – Corporate Accounting; Arlington
Evie Wen – US Structured Credit; New York
Thomas Wilker – Global Energy Mezzanine; Houston
Timour Zilberchteine – DGAM; Toronto

About The Carlyle Group
The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) is a global alternative asset manager with $203 billion of assets under management across 129 funds and 141 fund of funds vehicles as of September 30, 2014. Carlyle’s purpose is to invest wisely and create value on behalf of its investors, many of whom are public pensions. Carlyle invests across four segments – Corporate Private Equity, Real Assets, Global Market Strategies and Solutions – in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, North America and South America. Carlyle has expertise in various industries, including: aerospace, defense & government services, consumer & retail, energy, financial services, healthcare, industrial, real estate, technology & business services, telecommunications & media and transportation. The Carlyle Group employs more than 1,700 people in 40 offices across six continents.