Campbell Lutyens hires partner in New York

Sarah Sandstrom was previously a managing director at Lazard. Her appointment expands the New York office to 12 people.

Campbell Lutyens has hired Sarah Sandstrom as partner in its New York office, the firm said.

Sandstrom was previously a managing director in the private fund advisory group of Lazard Frères. She had also been a partner and management committee member of Atlantic-Pacific Capital, a project manager in the private fund group at Credit Suisse and part of the investment banking division at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, the firm said.

Her hire brings the headcount in the firm’s New York office to 12, which it is planning to expand this year, according to Campbell Lutyens managing partner and chief executive Andrew Sealey.

Last summer, the firm appointed two new partners, Brian Chase and Richard von Gusovius, and three new principals, Rishi Chhabria, Chiara Magana and David Perrin, at its London and New York offices, as reported by Private Equity International.

In the past year, Campbell Lutyens helped raise over $12 billion of primary commitments and was involved with the final closes of Stonepeak, Everstone, ICON Infrastructure, Exponent, Holtzbrinck Ventures, Old Ironsides, Navis and I Squared Capital, the firm said. It has also advised on over $6 billion of secondary investments.