- Long’s work background includes stints at Nuveen and PGIM
- Hauser invests in the lower-middle and middle market
- Founded in 2008 by Mark Hauser, the firm targets companies in healthcare, industrials and tech-enabled financial services, business services and consumer goods
Hauser Private Equity has hired Hayley Long as investor development director.
In this role, Long will be responsible for managing relationships with existing investors and partners, and raising future capital with a focus on private wealth and intermediary relationships.
“I am delighted to announce that I have joined Hauser Private Equity as their investor development director,” said Long in a statement. “Their impressive portfolio, track record, and an esteemed Board of Directors have generated tremendous appetite for the funds. I am honored to work with an industry leading group of high-net-worth investors and build upon the success of HPE’s distinctive co-investment fund model.”
Long’s work background includes stints at Nuveen and PGIM.
Hauser Private Equity is a Cincinnati-based co-investor and fund manager with offices in Los Angeles and Chicago. It invests on behalf of high-net-worth individuals and families in the lower-middle and middle markets via partnerships with control buyout funds. Founded in 2008 by Mark Hauser, the firm’s managers target funds and companies in healthcare, industrials, and tech-enabled financial services, business services and consumer goods.