Campbell Lutyens promotes four

The placement and advisory firm has rewarded individuals in its London and New York offices.

UK fund placement and advisory firm Campbell Lutyens has made four internal promotions.

Thomas Liaudet was promoted to partner four years after joining the firm as a principal in 2007. Before joining Campbell Lutyens, Liaudet worked at the London bank Parkmead Group, focusing on the secondary private equity market. He previously worked as an associate director of private equity at UBS and as an investment analyst at Kennet Partners, a growth equity investment firm.

“We are delighted to invite Thomas to join the partner group,” Campbell Lutyens managing partner Andrew Sealey said in a statement.  “He has won the confidence of clients, market counterparties and colleagues alike in the secondaries market.”

Edward Hutton, Immanuel Rubin and Greg Wiener were also promoted to principal. Hutton, who joined in 2007, has been responsible for managing UK and Nordic institutional investor and GP relationships from London. Wiener joined Campbell Lutyens in 2005 and had similar responsibilities in New York for institutional investors and GPs on the West Coast. Rubin joined the firm in 2004 and has focused on secondaries transactions from London.

The firm has offices in London and New York as well as a recently opened office in Hong Kong that has expanded rapidly over the past year, Sealey told Private Equity International. “The Asian market is very important to us, we see it as a source for capital as well as GP and investor relationships,” he said.