Executive Director and Principal, Europe Economics
Dr. Andrew Lilico is a Principal at Europe Economics, a Fellow of the Institute of Economic Affairs, Chairman of the IEA Monetary Policy Committee and was Chairman of Economists for Britain.
As Chief Economist of Policy Exchange from 2009-10 he produced what the BBC has described as the "essential theory" behind the Coalition's initial deficit reduction strategy. At Europe Economics he has worked extensively on major finance and regulatory questions, including for clients such as the European Commission, UK government departments and regulators, industry associations and large firms.
He is a frequent contributor in the UK and international media on economic and financial matters, including on programmes such as Newsnight, the Today Programme, Sky News, CNBC and Bloomberg. His first degree was from St John's College, Oxford and his doctorate from University College, London, where he also lectured in macroeconomics and in monetary theory.
Managing Director, European High-Yield, Barings
Craig Abouchar is a member of Barings’ European High Yield Investments Group and the European High Yield Investment Committee. He is a lead portfolio manager for the firm’s European High Yield Bond business and he is responsible for the portfolio management of numerous strategies. Craig has worked in the industry since 1994 and his experience has encompassed a focus on below-investment-grade assets across all investment types and geographic markets. Prior to joining the firm in 2016, Craig was Co-CEO, Europe of Castle Hill Asset Management. Prior to Castle Hill, he was a portfolio manager at Ignis Investment Management.
Craig was also previously the chairman of the board of directors for the European High Yield Association. Craig earned a B.B.A. in Finance from Emory University and an M.B.A in Finance and International Business from Columbia University.
Managing Director, Capital Markets, Civnen
Christopher is a member of the Capital Markets team and has worked on various deals including, Stada, Allegro, AMCo, Avio, CeramTec, EnServe Group, Gondola, HEG, Kurt Geiger, NewDay, Northgate Public Services, Premium Credit Limited, SLV and Ufinet.
Previously, Christopher was a Vice President of Leveraged Finance at Merrill Lynch where he worked on numerous leveraged loan and high yield financings. He has also worked in principal investment at GE Capital, and in strategy consulting.
Christopher has an MA in Classics from Oxford University.
He joined Cinven in 2010.
Credit Trading Desk Analyst, BNP Paribas
Phil Bagguley is a Credit Trading Desk Analyst at BNP Paribas within the high-yield, loan and distressed business.
Phil joined BNP Paribas in 2016, following 7 years working in asset management as an investment analyst and trader. His experience covers on-the-run, event-driven and distressed situations across
equity, credit and structured asset classes.
Prior to this buyside experience, Phil began his career in corporate finance at Deutsche Bank, before moving to high yield research at UBS.
Phil received an MA from the University of Cambridge, completing his studies at the Judge Business School.
Tamer Bahgat is a finance partner at Ashurst in London and is currently driving the development of the firm’s European high yield practice.
He regularly advises underwriters, private equity firms and issuers in connection with wide-ranging financial services, such as debt capital markets in Rule 144A and Regulation S high yield note offerings, corporate finance, and leverage finance. Tamer has acted for leading investment banks, private equity firms and high-profile corporates on cross border work, with a strong focus in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Tamer is New York law qualified and prior to joining Ashurst, he worked for Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York and London, Allen & Overy in London and as a secondee with the Leveraged Finance Execution Team of Goldman Sachs International.
Managing Director; Co-Head of High-Yield Debt Capital Markets, ING
Mathias started his career in banking over 25 years in New York when he joined JP Morgan, taking on a variety of roles across Corporate Finance/ M&A, the Vice Chairman's office and Leveraged Finance. He moved to Morgan Stanley's London office in 1999 to join the European Leveraged Finance platform, remaining there for 12 years before joining ING in mid-2011 to head up the High Yield DCM team. His financing and financing advisory experience encompasses a broad range of debt and debt-like instruments across a variety of industries and geographies with a current focus on the non-investment grade debt capital markets space.
Partner, Cleary Gottlieb
Pierre-Marie Boury is a Partner based in the London office of leading international law firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. Pierre-Marie specialises in international capital markets transactions, with a particular focus on US securities law matters. Pierre-Marie is distinguished as a leading capital markets lawyer by Chambers Global, Chambers UK and The Legal 500 UK. Chambers UKand The Legal 500 UK recognize Pierre-Marie in particular for his expertise as a high-yield specialist.
Pierre-Marie joined Cleary Gottlieb in 1992 and became a Partner in 2002. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Paris I - Sorbonne and received post-graduate degrees from New York University's School of Law and the Faculty of Law of Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London. He is an alumnus of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, and holds an agrégation in classics from the University of Paris. Prior to joining Cleary Gottlieb, Pierre-Marie worked in Corporate Finance at BNP Paribas in New York, Paris and London from 1989 to 1992. Pierre-Marie is a member of the New York and Paris Bars.
Co-Head of European High Yield, CreditSights
Mark Chapman joined CreditSights in 2007, becoming Co-Head of European High Yield in 2016. CreditSights is the leading independent credit research firm with over 85 Credit Analysts covering over 1100 issuers out of the US, UK and Singapore.
Mark’s research focus is on the European Telecoms and Media sectors. Before joining CreditSights, Mark worked in Shanghai with Chinese market research firm, C-Insight. He received a BA degree in International Studies and Religious Studies from Colby College and a graduate diploma in China Studies from Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University. Mark is a CFA charterholder.
Partner, White & Case
Paul is a Partner in the London capital markets group White & Case. His practice is focused on high yield debt offerings, as well as restructurings, tender offers and other liability management exercises. Paul has significant experience in leveraged finance and acquisition finance across all leveraged products and structures. He acts for both underwriters and issuers across the EMEA region.
Founder and CEO, Covenant Review
Adam B. Cohen is the Founder and CEO of Covenant Review.
Prior to founding Covenant Review, he was a corporate finance attorney with Latham & Watkins and an investment banker with Lehman Brothers. He co-wrote the American Bar Association's Model Negotiated Covenants, is on the Credit Roundtable where he helped write the model investment grade covenants, co-authored two chapters of the Eighth Edition of the Handbook of Fixed Income Securities, has been cited by the Delaware Chancery Court, and is the Vice President of The Fixed Income Analysts Society.
Adam graduated from the University of Florida in 1993 and from Georgetown University Law School in 1997.
Partner, Allen & Overy
Jeanette Cruz is a high-yield partner in Allen & Overy's London office. She has significant experience advising issuers, financial sponsors and underwriters in Rule 144A/Regulation S high-yield bond offerings and also focuses on bridge financings and restructurings.
Recent deals include Iceland Foods, Intralot, Metinvest restructuring, Millennium Offshore Services, Center Parcs, Refresco, TMD Friction, 1st Credit, Şişecam and Alcatel Lucent.
Global Head of High-Yield Capital Markets, Société Générale
Tanneguy was promoted to Global Head of High-Yield Capital Markets at Société Générale in September 2010. Additionally, up until August 2011, Tanneguy was also Co-Head of European Loan Syndicate - a position held since September 2008. Prior to his appointment, Tanneguy spent 17 years at BNP. He was one of the founding members of the High Yield effort, first in New York in 1998 and then in London in 2000 where he established a team. Tanneguy holds a BA from Dauphine University in Paris, and an MBA in Finance and International Business from the City University of New York.
Partner, Clifford Chance
Fabio Diminich, is a high yield partner at Clifford Chance based in London. He has extensive experience advising private equity firms and underwriters on high yield debt and leveraged finance transactions in Europe. Fabio has advised on a number of high yield transactions, including McLaren Group, RAC, BUT, Synlab, Labco, and Moto Finance. Fabio is also recognized as a “leading individual” by IFLR and Legal 500.
Partner, Shearman & Sterling
Marwa Elborai is a partner in the Capital Markets Group in Shearman & Sterling's London Office. She represents both issuers and underwriters on complex corporate financings with a focus on high yield debt offerings, U.S. federal securities law, leveraged finance, general debt and equity capital markets transactions and debt restructurings. In addition, her experience includes SEC-registered and other types of initial public offerings, liability management exercises including debt tender offers and consent solicitations and general corporate matters.
Trading Finance Director, Iceland Foods
Richard Ewen was born in Leeds and qualified as a CIMA accountant after graduating from Hull University in mathematics. After an initial period in the NHS graduate scheme he moved into the private sector with Yorkshire Building Society and then held a series of commercial and finance roles at Morrisons before joining Iceland in 2015. He was promoted from Head of Finance for Iceland International and The Food Warehouse to Group Trading Finance Director in June 2016. Richard lives in Liverpool with his wife and two children, and is a passionate football and cricket fan in his limited spare time.
Head of European Research, Covenant Review
Sabrina directs Covenant Review’s high-yield research in Europe, which publishes covenant research on primary issuances and event driven reports on credit specific events. Prior to joining Covenant Review, Sabrina worked for over 12 years as a capital markets finance lawyer with a focus on high-yield debt at top U.S. and City law firms. Covenant Review is the authority on bond and loan covenants, and a sister company to CapitalStructure, which provides first to market sub-investment grade and distressed news and research
Partner, Shearman & Sterling
Apostolos Gkoutzinis, partner and head of the European Capital Markets Group, focuses on U.S. federal securities laws, high yield debt offerings, and general debt and equity capital markets transactions. His practice and specific experience covers several areas of international corporate and capital markets transactions, including high yield and leveraged finance transactions, SEC-registered and other types of initial public offerings, international rights offerings, restructurings, debt offerings by companies, financial institutions and governments, recapitalisations, tender offers, privatisations, stock exchange listings, M&A transactions and general corporate matters. He has extensive experience in the financial services sector. Apostolos is ranked as a Tier 1 partner in Chambers UK, 2017 and IFLR 1000, 2016 and is a “Leading Lawyer” in Legal 500, 2016.
Senior Portfolio Manager, Muzinich
Tatjana Greil Castro is a Senior Portfolio Manager at Muzinich in London. Tatjana joined Muzinich from Metlife Investments, where she served as an Associate Director of the High Return Unit.
Earlier in her career, she worked as a Senior Portfolio Manager in European High Yield for Fortis Investments, and as a Portfolio Manager and Credit Analyst at Legal & General Investment Management. She began her career as a High Yield Telecom Analyst with Merrill Lynch.
Tatjana has a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Masters from the Kiel Institute of World Economics in Germany, and an MSc/BS in Economics from the University of Vienna.
European High Yield Portfolio Manager, Morgan Stanley Investment Management
Sarah is a portfolio manager on the Global Fixed Income team with a focus on European high yield. She joined Morgan Stanley in 2009. Sarah received a B.B.A. (Hons) in finance from the Schulich School of Business, Canada.
Credit Analyst, Shenkman Capital Management
Ash Heatwole is a Credit Analyst with Shenkman Capital Management and is responsible for investment coverage within the firm’s global strategy.
His principal role is to evaluate credit opportunities in both primary and secondary markets within global high-yield on the basis of comprehensive fundamental analysis, focusing on both issuer-specific and industry dynamics as well as covenant due diligence.
Ash joined the firm in 2012 and moved to London in 2015 as the firm continued to expand its global offering. Prior to joining Shenkman, he worked at UBS Investment Bank as an analyst on the Restructuring & Distressed Debt desk.
Ash graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, majoring in Finance, and is a CFA Charterholder.
Partner, Co-Head of Global Leveraged Finance Long-Only Strategies, BlueBay Asset
Global Head of High-Yield Capital Markets, Crédit Agricole and Chair of the High-Yield Board, AFME
Youssef is Managing Director and Global Head of High Yield Capital Markets. In this role, he oversees the origination, structuring and execution of High Yield bond issues for Crédit Agricole CIB’s clients located around the world. He is based in London.
He joined Crédit Agricole CIB in August 2009 from BNP Paribas where he was Head of European High Yield Capital Markets and Deputy Head of European Leveraged Finance.
Prior to BNPP, he worked at Deutsche Bank and Bankers Trust. He brings with him 30 years of Investment Banking, Leveraged Finance and Debt Capital Markets experience.
Youssef has an MBA from Harvard Business School, an MA from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and a BA from Tufts University. He is Chairman of the High Yield Board of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (afme).
Head of High Yield Syndicate Europe, BBVA
Christian is Head of High Yield Syndicate Europe at BBVA Corporate & Investment Banking. He joined BBVA in 2014 as a Managing Director of the London bond syndicate, with primary responsibility for European high yield new issue markets. Before joining BBVA, he spent 18 years at RBS, HSBC and HVB. His roles in teams in London, Munich, New York and Frankfurt focused on origination and syndication of high yield bonds, leveraged loans, private placements and corporate loans for international corporates. Christian graduated from the Business School of Finance and Management (HfB) in Frankfurt, Germany, and attended the School of Management and the School of Law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago.
Director, High Yield Capital Markets, Deutsche Bank
Luca Laino is a Director in the High Yield Capital Markets team at Deutsche Bank London. He has 12 years of experience structuring and executing high yield bond and leveraged loan transactions in Europe and the USA.
Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Luca held positions in both leveraged finance origination and leveraged capital markets at UBS Investment Bank, Lehman Brothers and JPMorgan.
Luca holds a BA from Trinity College and an MBA from The Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth.
Director, Fixed-Income Analyst, Fitch Ratings
Michael Larsson is a Director in Fitch Ratings’ Credit Market Research group. He is responsible for publishing reports covering EMEA bond market trends for Fitch's research subscriber base.
Prior to joining Fitch, Michael worked at Henderson Global Investors within their emerging markets sovereign debt and quantitative equities hedge fund desks. Before Henderson, Michael worked in the semiconductor device R&D sector.
Michael holds the MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering from University College, London and the PhD degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from Imperial College, London.
CEO, The International Stock Exchange
Her role includes strategy formulation and business development, exploring opportunities to grow the £300bn+ of securities already listed on TISE through the introduction of new products and service offerings.
Prior to her appointment in January 2015, Fiona was Chief Executive of Guernsey Finance, the promotional body for Guernsey’s finance industry. Previously a senior tax manager with a big four accountancy firm, Fiona has more than 19 years’ experience working in financial services in both London and the Channel Islands.
Fiona is a Chartered Accountant (FCA) and holds the IoD Diploma in Company Direction. She is also a member of the IoD Guernsey Committee, the IoD Guernsey Tax and Regulatory Sub-Committee and the AIC Channel Islands Committee.
Corporate Debt Reporter, Bloomberg News
Katie Linsell has reported on corporate debt for Bloomberg News since 2011 covering secondary market trends and the new issue bond market in both high-yield and investment grade.
In high-yield, she has reported on covenant erosion, investors’ push for greater transparency and Channel Islands listings. She spent two years in Madrid covering debt restructurings such as
Abengoa, Isolux and Codere.
Katie holds master’s degrees in newspaper journalism from City University London and in history and Spanish from Edinburgh University.
Partner, DLA Piper
Tony Lopez drives DLA Piper's international high yield practice from London. He has extensive experience in leveraged finance and high yield capital markets, having represented corporate clients, sponsors and investment banks in public and private transactions in more than 35 countries around the world. He was named as a ‘Leading individual’ in High Yield by Legal 500 UK 2016. Tony earned his Juris Doctorfrom Yale Law School in 1996, after time working in other fields, including eight years of service in the US Air Force.
Head of Leveraged Finance, Alternative Capital Raising and Co-Head of Real Estate, EMEA, Goldman Sachs
Michael is head of Leveraged Finance, head of Alternative Capital Raising and co-head of Real Estate in EMEA. He serves as a member of the Firmwide Capital Committee and Investment Banking Division Risk Committee. Previously, Michael was responsible for EMEA High Yield and Leveraged Loan Capital Markets. He joined Goldman Sachs in 2006 and was named managing director in 2008 and partner in 2014
Partner, Allen & Overy
Senior Portfolio Manager, AXA Investment Managers
Clark Nicholls is a Senior Portfolio Manager and Analyst at AXA Investment Managers. He has 23 years’ industry experience including 15 years’ specific investment experience.
Clark joined AXA Investment Managers in January 2015 from Spread Research where he was Head of High-Yield Research. Prior experience includes five years with Credit Suisse, ranked 1st for sellside research for the consumer sector in 2003, 2004, and 2006, and four years with Societe Generale, leading the high-yield desk research team.
He holds an MBA with a Finance concentration from Australian Graduate Business School, NSW University.
Head of Relationship Management, International Primary Markets, Luxembourg Stock Exchange
Carlo Oly is Head of Relationship Management, International Primary Markets at the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, a position he has held since 2014.
Carlo Joined the Luxembourg Stock Exchange in 1994 as prospectus reader and was later made responsible for the prospectus approval team. From 2006 to 2011, he was in charge of Bonds and Derivatives Listing and between 2011 and 2014, he headed the Issuers and Securities Department.
Carlo holds a degree in BA from University of Trier, Germany.
Vice President, International Primary Markets, Irish Stock Exchange
Maurizio Pastore is Vice President, International Primary Markets of the Irish Stock Exchange. In this role he is responsible for bond and fund listings originated from the Mediterranean, LatAm, Turkey and Africa regions as well as client relationship management, listing advisory and business development.
Between 2005 and 2012 he was a Prospectus Reviewer at advisory and executive level with the Irish Stock Exchange.
Maurizio has participated as a panellist or guest speaker at various conferences on topics such as debt capital markets and European regulations. He assisted in the drafting of listing guidelines for short term paper and global depositary notes for the Irish Stock Exchange.
Maurizio is a fully qualified Italian lawyer and holds a Master of Law Degree with specialization in European Law at Trinity College, Dublin, Diploma in Finance Law from the Law Society of Ireland and MBA in Spanish from the EUDE Business School in Madrid.
Partner, Allen & Overy
Marc is a partner in the Frankfurt office of Allen & Overy and heads the U.S. corporate finance and high yield teams in Germany. He regularly advises issuers, underwriters and other market participants in connection with a wide range of capital markets transactions, including high yield bond and investment grade bond offerings, initial public offerings, capital increases and rights issues, and the issuance of convertible and exchangeable bonds. A particular focus of his work is on advising German, Austrian and Swiss companies on cross-border securities offerings. In addition, he advises on U.S. securities laws and corporate governance matters both in connection with corporate transactions and on an ongoing basis.
Marc has been recognized as a leading individual in major legal directories, including Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, IFLR 1000, The Legal Media Group Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Lawyers and JUVE. Prior to joining Allen & Overy, Marc was a partner at a leading US-based international law firm.
Group Treasury Director, Intralot
Evangelos Raptis is Group Treasury Director at Intralot, a role he held since 2014. Whilst with Intralot, Evangelos has raised, refinanced and restructured debt facilities in the high-yield bond, syndicated bank, structured leasing, and insurance surety markets for amounts in excess of €1.5 billion.
Before joining Intralot Evangelos worked in various origination DCM roles covering structured and EM transactions in London with Chase Investment Bank and Athens with Alpha Bank, between 1993 and 2005. Subsequently he moved to industry functions as Group CFO for a payments infrastructure company in Southeastern Europe and a media-telco group in Greece.
Evangelos holds a BA Degree from Swarthmore College, an MS from Brandeis University and an Executive MBA from Stanford University.
Head of Global High Yield, Legal & General Investment Management
Martin Reeves is Head of Global High Yield at Legal & General Investment Management, where he has worked for five years. He runs a 15-person team based across London, Chicago and Hong Kong.
Prior to joining Legal & General Investment Management, Martin worked at AllianceBernstein and UBKAM.
Martin sits on the AFME High Yield board and qualified as a chartered accountant with Ernst & Young. He holds an MA in Economics from Cambridge University, St Catharine’s College.
Managing Director, Capital Markets, CVC Capital Markets
Managing Director, joined CVC in 2012. Phil is a member of the CVC Capital Markets Team and is based in London.
Prior to joining CVC, he worked in Goldman Sachs International's European Leveraged Finance team.
Phil holds a BSc Degree in Mathematics with Economics from University College London.
Managing Director, High Yield and Prime Services, AFME
Gary is the Managing Director of the AFME High Yield division, for which he leads AFME’s efforts to lower costs and increase efficiency in the execution of high-yield transactions, and lobbies for the reform of corporate insolvency laws. He also heads the AFME Prime Services division, which monitors business, legal and regulatory issues affecting the prime brokerage industry, and provides advocacy for member positions.
Gary is a New York-qualified lawyer and was previously a senior associate at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. After an initial period in New York, Gary spent several years in London, Gaining extensive experience in cross border and emerging markets debt transactions, particularly high-yield bond issuances and leveraged loans. He has a Juris Doctor from Rutgers University School of Law (with honors) and a Bachelor of Arts (with highest honors) from Rutgers University. Following law school, Gary was a law clerk to the Honorable William H. Walls of the United States
Federal District Court, District of New Jersey.
Counsel, High-Yield, Ashurst
Natalia Sokolova is a US Counsel in Ashurst’s high-yield practice in London. She focuses on high-yield and acquisition finance, representing issuers, sponsors, underwriters and bridge lenders.
Natalia joined Ashurst from Linklaters in London. Previously, she was a Partner at Kirkland & Ellis in Chicago. She is a qualified New York and Illinois attorney.
Head of Corporate Leveraged Capital Markets, BNP Paribas
Arnaud Tresca, Head of Corporate Leveraged Capital Markets, BNP Paribas. In his role Arnaud oversees the origination and execution of leveraged financing transactions across the loan and bond capital markets, including event driven and refinancing transactions, for BNP Paribas corporate clients in EMEA.
Arnaud joined BNP Paribas in 1996 in the Leveraged Finance Group in New York. After five years originating and executing middle market LBOs across the U.S., he transferred to London in July 2001 to contribute to the setup of the European High Yield Capital Markets desk. He became head of the team in January 2009. In 2015, as BNP Paribas reorganized its leveraged finance operations to combine loans and bonds, Arnaud became the head of Corporate Leveraged Capital Markets.
Arnaud received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers, Paris, France, and a M.S. in Finance from Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales, Paris, France.
Partner, McGuireWoods London
Lorraine Vaz is a Partner at McGuireWoods, one of the top 5 U.S. law firms in syndicated finance by volume of credit exposure and number of deals. Lorraine recently joined the firm to develop the London leveraged finance practice.
Lorraine focuses on leveraged finance, advising the world’s leading commercial/retail banks, investment banks, debt funds and private equity sponsors on a broad range of domestic and cross-border financings across the credit spectrum. Her extensive experience includes mid-market as well as large, complex, leveraged and acquisition finance transactions, public bid finance, work-outs and restructurings. She also advises on funds finance transactions.
Prior to joining McGuireWoods, Lorraine was a partner at King & Wood Mallesons in London, previously having been the Director of Leverage & Acquisition Finance at Clifford Chance, London.
Lorraine is recommended in the Legal 500.
Head of Industrials Credit Research, AllianzGI
Mark Wade is Head of Industrials Credit Research for Global Fixed Income at Allianz Global Investors. Mark has been in credit research for 23 years in both buy and sell side roles focusing on industrials in Europe and US in high yield.
Director, Head of EMEA High Yield Syndicate, Credit Suisse
Robert Wartchow is a Director in the Leveraged Finance Capital Markets group and Head of EMEA High Yield Syndicate at Credit Suisse. He joined Credit Suisse in 2014 from Deutsche Bank and has 15 years of experience in the financial services industry.
Robert has an MBA from Columbia Business School, a BA in Economics from Davidson College and is a CFA charter holder.
Nigel Weston is a Partner based in Walkers' Jersey office and heads up the office's Finance and Corporate Group. He specialises in banking, finance, trusts, investment funds, regulatory matters, special purpose vehicles, listings and all aspects of offshore finance and corporate work. He is also responsible for the firm's TISE listings practice, together with Christophe Kalinauckas and Piotr Kobus.
Nigel advises a wide range of blue chip investment managers, global banks, private investment houses and major corporates. He works closely with top law firms and accountancy practices in London and globally, as well as local administrators, trustees and other intermediaries and service providers.
Nigel was recommended as a notable practitioner in the 2017 Chambers UK Guide, a Leading Lawyer in the 2017 IFLR 1000 and a Leading individual in the 2016 Legal 500 for Banking and Finance abd Corporate and Commercial and a Recommended Lawyer 2016 for Investment Funds, Private Client, Trusts and Tax.
James Yu is a Partner at EQT Partners, based in Stockholm. He joined EQT Partners in April 2013 and is responsible for managing the financing activities within the EQT Partners Equity team.
Before joining EQT Partners, James was a Managing Director in the Leveraged and Acquisition Finance team at Morgan Stanley in London. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director at JP Morgan. James has 20 years of investment banking experience in London and New York and has worked on a variety of financing and advisory transactions.
James holds a BA in Economics from Trinity College in Connecticut and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Columbia Business School.