Carlyle Promotes 48

Jan 10 2014 | 12:25pm ET

The Carlyle Group yesterday announced a raft of promotions at its offices around the world, including nine new partners.

The newly-minted partners are Rahul Culas, Ian Sandler, Cam Dyer, Mark Johnson, Elliott Wagner, David Daniel, Glori Holzman Graziano, Alok Gaur and Heather Mitchell. Dyer, Johnson and Wagner work in Carlyle's U.S. buyouts business, Gaur and Mitchell in investor relations and services, Daniel in real-estate, and Culas, Sandler and Graziano in global market strategies, focused on energy mezzanine, infrastructure and U.S. structured credit, respectively.

Culas, Sandler, Wagner and Graziano are based at Carlyle's New York office, Johnson Daniel and Gaur at its Washington, D.C., headquarters, Mitchell in London and Dyer in Charlotte, N.C.

Carlyle also promoted 13 people to managing director, and 26 to principal or director.


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