Human Capital

Next Wave appoints CFO

Firm hires one new partner and two to its investment team

BC’s IR team in reshuffle

Head of IR Laura Coquis has also left the firm

Generation game

Millennials are here to play by their own rules, not private equity’s

Highvern Group hires compliance director

Natalie Jelley joins as compliance director to tackle “increasingly demanding” regulations.

Searching for the snowflake generation

Will private equity’s charm offensive for millennial talent succeed?

Creandum hires first general counsel

VC house appoints Carolina Walther to newly-created role as it promotes three others

Guernsey Finance appoints new London Rep

Adrian Norman will enhance city connections between Guernsey and London

Warn named EY’s UK PE leader

Warn is a partner in EY’s transaction tax division

Coming and going: team changes at UBS PFG

MJ Hudson promotes Brozyniak

Fund formation lawyer named partner after 12 months

DLA Piper boosts fund structuring firepower

Julien Vandenbussche and George Pinkham join fast-growing PE teams in Paris

Intertrust hires BNP exec for new COO role

Addition of Theo Splinter part of operational push driven by new IT-minded CEO

The Drawdown looks into the Netherlands as a post-Brexit private equity fund jurisdiction

C5 appoints new managing partner and head of IR

Christopher Cooke will also join the C5 Capital board

Enhanced performance

Not an industry known for being overly caring or fluffy, nevertheless, private equity is starting to think about employee wellbeing.

France’s Apax sets up shop in Italy

Head of new Milan office explains rationale behind expansion to Southern Europe

CalPERS appoints sustainability lead

Beth Richtman has been appointed managing investment director of the program

eVestment appoints private markets head

Katey Bogue joins from parent company Nasdaq

Inside the millennial mind

The Drawdown explores with King’s College London how PE is seen by the new generation

TCV taps IR head for COO role

Nathan Sanders’ background makes him “ideally suited” to operations, says firm