Eric London has joined M&A advisory TTK Partners as a Chicago-based partner. He previously was an executive director with JPMorgan and, before that, worked for Bear Stearns & Co.
TTK Partners, LLC announced today that Eric London has joined the firm as a Partner based in Chicago. Mr. London, who has over 15 years of corporate finance and investment banking experience, will lead the firm’s consumer client coverage effort.
Mr. London was previously at J.P. Morgan where he was an Executive Director responsible for middle market investment banking activities for several Midwest markets. Prior to J.P. Morgan, Mr. London was a Vice President at Bear Stearns where he advised on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings and other corporate finance matters for both corporate and private equity clients primarily in the consumer, media and business services sectors. Mr. London began his career in the commercial loan division of NBD Bank. Mr. London holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a BBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
“We are excited to have Eric join our team to lead TTK Partners’ efforts in the Consumer sector. We have known Eric for over a decade and are confident that he will be a strong contributor to our continued growth. Eric is a very good banker with a great deal of experience across a wide spectrum of transactions,” said Sreenu Tadavarthy, co-founder of TTK Partners. “We look forward to expanding our coverage of this important sector and to broadening our capabilities,” Tadavarthy added.
About TTK Partners, LLC
Headquartered in Chicago, TTK Partners is a mergers & acquisitions advisory firm, dedicated to serving the middle market. All of the firm’s senior professionals come from leading Wall Street institutions and are now providing sophisticated advisory services to an underserved segment of the market. TTK Partners is committed to delivering objective advice and superior client service. As an advisory-focused firm, TTK Partners is free from the intrinsic conflicts of interest which can result from combining mergers & acquisitions advisory services with the securities brokerage, underwriting and research businesses. For more information, please visit www.ttkpartners.com.