German Private Equity Shop Adds Partners

Feb 5 2007 | 9:57am ET

Germany’s CAM Private Equity has added a pair of partners to kick off the new year.

Marco Yanar joined the Cologne-based firm on Jan. 1 from Ampega Asset Management, where he served as chief investment officer. At Ampega—a subsidiary of the Talanx Group—Yanar helped build both Talanx and Hannover Re’s p.e. portfolios.

In addition, CAM promoted director Egbert von Cramm to partner. Prior to joining CAM in 2005, he was an investment manager with TVM Capital.


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