Tikehau Beefs Up Private Debt Team

Sep 5 2013 | 12:55pm ET

Tikehau Group has made hires in its Paris and London offices for its private debt team, headed by group co-founder Mathieu Chabran.

Cécile Mayer-Levi joins the team in Paris and Patrick Marshall in London.

Mayer-Levi has over 26 years of experience in financing investment and corporate  finance, most recently with AXA Private Equity, where she launched and developed its private debt activity. Prior to that she was with Mezzanis, the mezzanine fund of Credit Lyonnais Private Equity and before that with ELIG, a pioneer in French capital investment. Mayer-Levi began her career at Merrill Lynch in the corporate finance department and  M&A in Paris and New York.

Marshall joins Tikehau from WCAS Fraser Sullivan Investment Management, where he had been a partner since 2011. Prior to that he was with Lehman Brothers, where he served as managing director and head of the EMEA loan portfolio, and before that at N.M. Rothschild & Sons and Société Générale. He began his career in London at PWC.

Tikehau Group was established in 2004 to invest and manage long-term capital for institutional and  private investors in various asset classes (credit, listed and private equity, real estate). In 2007, Tikehau Group launched Tikehau IM, an investment company specializing in fixed-income products

Tikehau Group, which manages €2.5 billion, is majority held  by its managers, alongside institutional partners such as Crédit Mutuel Arkéa and Unicredit.


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