Silverfleet Capital said Monday that Jean Châtillon has joined the firm in Paris as a Principal. Benjamin Hubner and Jennifer Regehr have also joined Silverfleet in Munich as Associates. Châtillon was previously at Cobalt Capital, while Hubner worked at McKinsey & Company in Munich and Regehr was at UniCredit Bank.
Silverfleet Capital, the European private equity firm with a buy-to-build investment strategy, today announces that Jean Châtillon has joined Silverfleet Capital in Paris as a Principal and Benjamin Hubner and Jennifer Regehr have joined the firm in Munich as Associates.
Jean Châtillon joins from Cobalt Capital, a Paris-based private equity firm, where he has been investing in mid-market French companies for the last seven years. Jean has a Masters in Economics from the HEC in Paris and prior to joining Cobalt worked for EY in Paris in the audit and transaction services business units.
Benjamin Hubner joins from McKinsey & Company in Munich where he has worked on consulting projects across a wide range of sectors since 2010. Benjamin, an Austrian national, has degrees from the Munich Business School, the London School of Economics and Heidelberg University.
Jennifer Regehr was previously at UniCredit Bank which she joined in 2011. Over that period she worked on the financing of a number of the highest profile leveraged buyouts in the German market. A graduate of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Jennifer has been educated in both Spain and Germany.
Neil MacDougall, Managing Partner of Silverfleet Capital commented:
“We are very pleased to welcome Jean, Benjamin and Jennifer into our team at Silverfleet Capital. They, in common with Sumit Dheir and Jakob Wagner who joined our London office earlier this year, will be kept very busy as we expect to continue our high level of investment activity alongside managing an expanded portfolio and achieving further exits. Their appointments demonstrate our continued commitment to developing talented and strong investment teams in each of our offices across Europe.”