Silverfleet Capital has made four new hires. They include: Johan Boork, Jan Kux, Guntram Kieferle and Constance d’Avout.
Silverfleet Capital (“Silverfleet”), the European private equity firm, is pleased to announce four new hires to its investment team who will be based across the firm’s offices in London, Munich and Paris.
Johan Boork has joined Silverfleet in London as an Associate and will also work closely with Karl Eidem (Co-head of the Nordic region) based in Stockholm. Jan Kux and Guntram Kieferle both join Silverfleet’s Munich office as an Associate and Analyst, respectively and Constance d’Avout joins the firm as an Associate in Paris.
Johan Boork, a Swedish national, previously worked within the Nordics coverage team of UBS Investment Bank in London. Johan graduated from the Stockholm School of Economics with an MSc in Finance and holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering and Management from the Chalmers University of Technology and a BSc in Financial Economics from the University of Gothenburg.
Jan Kux joins the firm from J.P. Morgan where he worked in corporate finance out of J.P. Morgan’s offices in Frankfurt and latterly London. Jan graduated from Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich with a BSc in Business Administration.
Guntram Kieferle initially joined Silverfleet as an intern in 2016 following his graduation from Munich University of Applied Sciences with an MSc in Finance. Guntram also has a BA in International Business Studies from the University of Applied Sciences, Kufstein.
Constance d’Avout was previously at EQT Partners in London where she worked in the credit funds team. Constance is a graduate of EM Lyon in France with a Masters degree in Management.
Neil MacDougall, Managing Partner of Silverfleet Capital commented:
“We are very pleased to welcome Constance, Guntram, Jan and Johan into our team at Silverfleet Capital. Their appointment reflects our continued commitment to develop strong investment teams in each of the regions in which we invest.
So far we have made four investments out of the €870 million fund we closed in mid-2015 and with an expanded team we expect to add to that portfolio soon.”