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Campbell Lutyens opens Charlotte office

Wednesday, December 05, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - Campbell Lutyens, a global private capital advisor, has opened an office in Charlotte, N.C. This is the firm's fourth office in the US, and supports the continued growth of its fund placement and secondaries advisory business in North America. The office is led by Matt Flynn, Principal, who joined Campbell Lutyens earlier this year.

"We have always recognised the need for a local presence, even in a global business such as ours," said Chris Davidsson, Partner. "Charlotte is a natural complement to our offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, providing us with a base from which to maintain and expand our coverage across the Southeast region and ensuring we provide the best possible service across fund placement and secondaries advisory."

"Our growth over the past year, with new offices in the US and Asia, reflects the momentum in our business, but most importantly, our commitment to providing our clients with the access and service they have come to expect," said Andrew Sealey, Managing Partner and CEO.

Campbell Lutyens' has a team of 140 people globally, with over 35 people in the US. Since 2017, the US team has advised on $18 billion in successful fund placement and secondary transactions for leading US private equity, infrastructure and private debt managers, including Webster Capital, Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners and John Hancock.

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