Monday, 20 October 2014
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Jan 30 2012 | 8:41am ET
AnaCap Financial Partners, a specialist European financial services private equity firm, has promoted Justin Sulger and Fabrizio Cesario to partner.
Sulger, head of credit opportunities, joined AnaCap shortly after it was founded in 2006 as part of the business services team. Prior to joining AnaCap, Sulger was a vice president in Morgan Stanley’s securitized products group in London, focused on debt structuring and principal finance. He began his career in fixed income at Goldman Sachs in New York, before relocating to London. He has also served as a managing director of Lunar Group, a venture capital investor in China.
Cesario, who leads mergers & acquisitions, joined the firm in May 2010, bringing more than 18 years of experience advising leading European financial institutions and executing M&A transactions on both the buy and sell side. Before joining AnaCap, he was managing director in the financial institutions group at Lazard, having previously held a senior role in the financialinstitutions group at Lehman Brothers. He began his career at Rothschild Italia.
Based in London and investing across Europe, AnaCap (from "Analytical Capital") advises funds with more than €1.5 billion under management across two private equity and two credit opportunities vehicles, as well as co-invest.
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