Tristan Nagler has joined Aurelius Investments as managing director. He will lead Aurelius’ London office and be responsible for sourcing, identifying and executing equity investments across the UK and Ireland.
Tristan Nagler joined Aurelius Investments, London, on 2 January 2014 as Managing Director. He will lead Aurelius’ London office and be responsible for sourcing, identifying and executing equity investments across the UK and Ireland. Aurelius´ focus remains on companies and corporate spin-offs with development potential generating revenues of between 30 – 750 million euros across all industries.
Tristan started his career with KPMG in 1998, transferring into KPMG Corporate Finance in 2001 where he became a director in the London-based M&A team. In 2010 he joined Investec Growth & Acquisition Finance as a senior banker originating and executing a number of UK mid-market debt facilities including company refinances, MBOs and acquisition finance transactions.
Dr. Dirk Markus, CEO of Aurelius AG says: “We’re delighted to welcome Tristan to Aurelius. We have ambitious plans for targeting investment opportunities in the UK market and expect this appointment to be followed by further new hires to our London based team in 2014, augmenting our presence and enhancing our position in London”
Tristan Nagler, Managing Director of Aurelius Investments comments: “The Aurelius Group’s financial strength coupled with its investment and operational track record means now is an exciting time to be joining Aurelius in London. There is already strong momentum in the business and with the benefit of improving market conditions, I am confident Aurelius’ offering will be increasingly sought after in the UK market”
Aurelius has been successfully operating in the international market for company acquisitions for many years. The focus is on companies and corporate spin-offs in markets with plenty of potential for development. Once under the Aurelius umbrella, the acquisitions are given a long-term strategic orientation and their potential developed. Building on active operational support, the businesses benefit from the management experience and financial strength of the parent company. This is what makes Aurelius a “good home” for companies and their employees.
At present, the Aurelius Group encompasses 17 businesses around the globe with facilities in Europe, Asia and the United States. Among others, these include traditional names like Blaupunkt and Berentzen together with numerous industrial, consumer and technology enterprises. Companies are acquired in accordance with strict investment criteria, although there is no specific industry focus. Shares of Aurelius AG are listed in the m:access segment of the Munich Stock Exchange and are traded on all German stock exchanges under ISIN DE000A0JK2A8.