GP stakes: a new way to generate capital in a challenging market?

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GP stakes: a new way to generate capital in a challenging market?

GP stakes: a new way to generate capital in a challenging market?

About the speakers
  • Thomas Liaudet
    Thomas Liaudet
    Global Head of GP Advisory at Campbell Lutyens
    Thomas joined Campbell Lutyens in 2007. He is Global Head of GP Capital Advisory and also Global Head of Business Development and a member of the Management Committee. Since joining the firm, Thomas has advised on a wide range of landmark transactions on behalf of private markets fund managers and institutional investors. Across his career, he has advised on over 100 mandates involving minority investments, secondary transactions and global fundraisings, including several global award winning transactions and combining in excess of $45 billion of capital transacted/invested. Prior to joining Campbell Lutyens, Thomas focused on M&A advisory and secondaries at merchant bank Parkmead Group (previously Interregnum plc). He was an Associate Director at UBS Capital, the bank’s captive private equity fund, investing into North American and European companies. He also worked at Kennet Partners, making minority investments in technology firms. Thomas graduated with a BS from the University of Paris Dauphine and received his master’s degree from HEC Lausanne. He is a trustee for two veterans focused charities, chairing the French War Graves Commission for the UK.
  • Catherine Haumesser
    Catherine Haumesser
    Managing Director, Investment at Armen
    Catherine has over 20 years of experience in the investment industry, starting as a buy-side research analyst and portfolio manager in Frankfurt in 2001. In 2005, she joined SVG Capital, a private equity firm in London with €3.5bn AUM, where she led numerous fund investments and was responsible for the European portfolio. She was also involved in setting up the firm's Asian operations and contributed to building the team in Singapore. In 2013, she became a member of the investment committee of Aberdeen SVG, overseeing €4.7bn of private equity assets. Catherine was part of the SVG Capital team that spun off from Aberdeen Asset Management in 2015 and founded Larchpoint, a single-family office, in 2017, where she was a partner overseeing the European activity and a member of the investment committee. She holds an MA in Management from HEC, Paris, and is a CFA charterholder
  • Michael Sidgmore
    Michael Sidgmore
    Co-Founder & Partner at Broadhaven Ventures
    Michael Sidgmore has spent the last decade as an investor and operator in the financial technology sector. He is a Partner and Co-Founder of Broadhaven Ventures, a global early-stage financial technology investor that invests principal capital into fintech companies, VC funds, and incubates asset management businesses. Broadhaven Ventures is built on top of investment bank Broadhaven Capital Partners, which has done almost $100B in transaction volume. He has served on the boards of Nowports, Liveoak (acq. DocuSign), Covalto, Super, and Harvest (acq. by Envestnet) and as an advisor to Republic, Kovi, Allocate, and Brassica. Prior to co-founding Broadhaven Ventures, Michael was a pre-product employee and SVP at iCapital, the leading technology platform in alternative assets with over $152 billion in AUM. Prior to iCapital, he was employee #16 and first sales hire at Mosaic, a residential solar financing platform backed by Warburg Pincus that has done over $11B in home solar loan originations. Michael started his career at Goldman Sachs in their Principal Strategic Investments Group, a direct investing team focused on market structure and financial technology. He is a Venture Partner at Goodwater Capital, a $5 billion consumer tech VC. Michael is also the founder of alternative investments focused podcast Alt Goes Mainstream. Michael is an owner of Angel City FC, the women's soccer team in LA. He holds a BSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics.
  • Nicolas von der Schulenburg
    Nicolas von der Schulenburg
    Managing Director at Portfolio Advisors
    Nicolas joined Portfolio Advisors in 2006, and is Co-Head of the European Investment team and leads the firm’s research efforts on impact funds. Previously, he was an Investment Director for CAM Private Equity, a private equity fund-of-funds firm based in Germany, where he focused on research and due diligence on European and U.S. private equity funds. Prior to joining CAM in 2004, Nicolas had five years of direct private equity investing experience with 3i Group plc in Germany. Previously, Nicolas was a management consultant with Arthur D. Little, Inc., focused on technology and innovation management and environmental consulting. Prior to that, he was with Environmental Strategies Corporation, an environmental consulting and engineering firm. Nicolas has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Yale University (Environmental Studies and Business Administration).

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