Savanna Names Citigroup Vet As Senior Analyst

Dec 9 2013 | 11:30am ET

New York-based private equity specialist Savanna has hired Citigroup alumnus Kevin Liang as a senior analyst.

In his new position, Liang will work on acquisitions and asset management including acquisition underwriting, due diligence, financial modeling and deal structuring.

Prior to joining Savanna, Liang was an investment banking analyst in the Global TMT group at Citigroup in New York,  working on various transactions including capital markets offerings and advisory assignments for public and private companies within the telecommunication and media sectors

“We are thrilled to announce the addition of Kevin Liang as another essential member of the Savanna team. His industry expertise and diligence will certainly complement our strong analytic staff,” said Christopher Schlank, a managing partner of Savanna, in a statement.

Savanna, founded in 1992, is run by Schlank and fellow managing partner Nicholas Bienstock.


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