Resource Capital, Ares, Jeffrey Mills
Jeff Mills joins Resource Capital from Brooklands Spent time at Ares and Oak Hill Capital RCF in market with Fund VII Jeffrey Mills joined Resource Capital Funds as a managing director and global head of investor relations, according to a person with knowledge of the move. The source said Mills started at the firm recently. […]
Michael Donatucci, Philadelphia, investments, pension
Michael Donatucci was appointed to CIO in April Worked at SEI prior to joining pension Was engaged to be married Michael Donatucci, 30, the newly appointed chief investment officer of Philadelphia’s city pension system, died Friday. “My thoughts and prayers are with the Donatucci family. Mike was a wonderful and talented man who will be […]
AT&T, Canterbury Consulting, private equity, pension
Former alternatives director Ranlett retired this year Fink worked at Canterbury for about two years Previously worked at StepStone, Parish Capital Kimling Fink, a private equity consultant at Canterbury Consulting, joined AT&T’s pension on the PE team, according to a person with knowledge of the move. Fink changed her LinkedIn profile indicating she joined AT&T […]
Mark King, Revelstoke, private equity
King died while on vacation with his family Co-founded Revelstoke in 2013 with two other former KRG execs Not clear what happened to him Mark King, the co-founder and co-managing partner of Revelstoke Capital Partners, died Wednesday while on vacation with his family, according to the firm. King was 56. The cause of death wasn’t […]
Jeremy Coller, Coller Capital, private equity, limited partner
Luca Salvato is a partner in New York Has worked at Coller since 2000 Unclear why he left Luca Salvato, a partner at Coller Capital, is leaving the firm — another longtime professional exiting the ranks of the firm’s senior leadership. It’s unclear why Salvato is leaving. He joined in 2000 and worked out of […]
Mayer Brown Barnett fund finance law
You’re in an emerging area of finance and law in which lenders make loans to GPs backed by LP commitments. How is the market developing? We hosted 70 attendees at an event on the topic a few years ago. In March, we took part in the annual Fund Finance Association Symposium with 600 clients including […]
private equity, limited partners, employment, executive staffing, recruitment
PRIVATE EQUITY FIRMS Carlyle Group named Jesse Wu a senior adviser to the Asia buyout team. Wu is former chairman of Johnson & Johnson China and former worldwide chairman of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Group. Clayton, Dubilier & Rice named Nitin Sahney an operating adviser to its funds. Sahney is former president and chief executive of Omnicare Inc. Constitution Capital Partners named Dominic Morell an […]
Hycroft Capital Scott Myers private equity adviser
When Scott Myers co-founded Cogent Partners in 2002, he planned to build a full-service merchant bank for private markets. But Cogent’s secondary-advisory business grew so quickly that the firm ended up focusing mostly there. All told, Cogent completed more than 4,600 secondary transactions prior to its sale to Greenhill & Co for about $100 million in 2015. […]
Nabil Sabki, Latham & Watkins., SEC, law, private equity,
SEC names O’Riordan co-chief of asset-management unit O’Riordan succeeds Marshall Sprung, who left in April Sprung is global head of compliance at Blackstone The Securities and Exchange Commission named C. Dabney O’Riordan to co-head the Division of Enforcement’s asset-management unit. She succeeds Marshall Sprung, who departed in April. O’Riordan, along with Anthony Kelly, will lead the SEC […]
private equity, Cargill, CarVal, Brice
Not clear why Brice left Three people have moved into leadership role Brice named president in 2008 John Brice, president and chief investment officer of CarVal Investors, left the firm, Ann Folkman, managing director at CarVal, confirmed to Buyouts Tuesday. Why Brice left is unclear. His last day was June 20, Folkman said. He joined […]
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