Carlyle promotes 62 professionals

Carlyle Group said Jan. 11 that it promoted 62 professionals to senior positions. This includes 13 to partner, 17 to managing director and 32 to principal/director.


Washington, DC – Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) today announced it has promoted 62 professionals to senior positions: 13 to Partner, 17 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 Investment Solutions – plus Investor Services.
Additionally, during the course of 2016 the following Carlyle professionals were promoted to/hired into fund Head or Co-head positions:

Sandra Horbach, Co-head of US Buyout
Mark Jenkins (new hire), Head of Global Credit
Eric Kump, Co-head of Sub-Saharan Africa Buyout
Vladimir Lasocki, Co-head of Europe Technology
Justin Plouffe & Ronnie Jaber, Co-heads of Structured Credit Fund
John Redett & Brian Schreiber (new hire), Co-heads of Global Financial Services Buyout
Peter Taylor (new hire), Co-head of Global Infrastructure
Kazuhiro Yamada, Head of Japan Buyout

New Partners:
Steve Bailey – Carlyle Equity Opportunity; Washington
Wayne Bannon – Legal; Hong Kong
Han Chen – Asia Real Estate; Shanghai
Seok-Don (S.D.) Chu – Investor Relations; Hong Kong
Karthic Jayaraman – Carlyle Global Partners/Europe Buyout; London
Sunil Kaul – Asia Buyout; Singapore
Jeffrey Levin – GMS Finance; New York
Brian Lindley – Europe Buyout; London
David McCann – Investor Relations; Toronto
Patrick McCarter – US Buyout; Menlo Park
Daniel Mutzig – Internal Audit; Arlington
Justin Plouffe – Global Credit; New York
Jason Thomas – Global Research; Washington

New Managing Directors:
William Allen – Global Financial Services Buyout; New York
Victor Backstrom – AlpInvest; London
Anita Balaji – US Buyout; New York
Sung-yong Choi – Investor Relations; Seoul
Daniel East – Global Energy Mezzanine; Houston
Nina Zhizhi Gong – Asia Buyout; Beijing
William Lee – Global Credit; New York
Adam Moss – Global Credit; New York
Brian Nelsen – US Real Estate; Washington
Alwin Poon – Asia Buyout; Hong Kong
David Rand – Equity Management; Washington
Venu Rathi – GMS Fund Management; New York
Michele Reing – Corporate Accounting; Arlington
Sarah Schwarzschild – Metropolitan Real Estate; New York
Shirlene Song – Asia Real Estate; Shanghai
Matt Stanczuk – Global Credit; New York
Ling Yang – Asia Buyout; Shanghai
New Principals/Directors:
Roman Bas – Investor Relations; New York
Doug Brandely – US Buyout; Washington
Caitlin Brodie – Investor Relations; New York
Sergio Carneiro – South America Buyout; Sao Paulo
Lorin Chen – Asia Growth; Hong Kong
Michael Clifton – US Buyout; Washington
Seth Davis – US Real Estate; Washington
Friedel Drees – Europe Buyout; Munich
Louise Dumican – Legal; London
Jitij Dwivedi – Global Financial Services Buyout; New York
Ashley Evans – US Buyout; Menlo Park
Margaret Franks – Global Energy Mezzanine; Houston
Brandon Gay – Compliance; Washington
Le Guan – Asia Buyout; Beijing
Ashish Karan – Asia Buyout; Mumbai
Julie Kim – Global Energy Mezzanine; New York
Leo Krusius – US Real Estate; Washington
Jeffrey Lau – Legal; Hong Kong
Samira Madhany – US Real Estate; Washington
Luis Malave – Investor Relations; Lima
Jeffrey Marvaldi – Private Client Group; New York
Karen McMonagle – Fund Management; Washington
Philipp Meyer – Europe Buyout; Munich
Jeff Pisano – Global Technology & Solutions; Arlington
Lubna Qunash – Global Partners; London
John Rock – US Real Estate; Washington
Genta Saito – Japan Buyout; Tokyo
Per Skoglund – Europe Technology; London
Thomas Stanton – Private Client Group; New York
Ryan Toteja – Legal; Washington
Joanna Yau – Compliance; Hong Kong
Ward Young – Power Partners; New York
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About The Carlyle Group
The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) is a global alternative asset manager with $169 billion of assets under management across 125 funds and 177 fund of funds vehicles as of September 30, 2016. 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 Investment 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 1,625 people in 35 offices across six continents.