LGT Boosts Private Equity Team

Mar 29 2007 | 10:11am ET

LGT Capital Partners has added four private equity professionals to its teams in New York, Hong Kong and Switzerland.

Andrew Kwee joins LGT's New York office to head U.S. p.e. He previously worked in the private equity group of the Government of Singapore Investment Corp., where he established and managed the New York office.

Doug Coulter has been appointed to head Asia-Pacific private equity investment in the firm's Hong Kong office. Prior to joining LGT, Coulter worked at the International Finance Corp. in Hong Kong and Washington, D.C., as head of principal investments across Asia.

Joining the Pfäffikon, Switzerland, office is Jürg Burkhard, who will head LGT's p.e. portfolio and risk management activities. Burkhard previously worked at the private equity fund of funds Adveq Management AG. Also joining the Swiss office is Alexandre Delos, who will focus on European private equity investments. Delos was an investment director at Access Capital Partners.

LGT currently manages more than $12 billion in hedge fund and private equity investments worldwide.


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