Exclusive: Pomona's Walters steps down

Pomona principal Greg Walters is leaving after five years at the firm. 

Greg Walters, a principal at Pomona Capital, has announced that he will be leaving the firm to pursue other opportunities, according to an email seen by Private Equity International.

Walters has been with the firm for just over five years, joining in 2008 after serving as managing director of VCFA Group in New York. At Pomona, he focused on secondary investment analysis and deal sourcing. In the email, Walters wrote that he is considering a number of opportunities both on the investor side and the operational side.

Pomona closed its eighth fund in April on its $1.75 billion hard-cap, beating a $1.3 billion target for the fund.  Pomona’s secondaries business manages $4.4 billion in committed capital across its eight funds, according to its website.

Pomona was founded in 1994 and manages about $6.9 billion across its secondaries, fund of funds and co-investment vehicles.

The firm was available for comment at press time.