Gresham Private Equity Names New Partner

Nov 6 2007 | 9:37am ET

Gresham Private Equity, the U.K.-based mid-market private equity firm, has appointed James Slipper as a partner. He will be based in the firm’s London office when he joins the firm on Dec. 3.

Slipper is currently a director at Deloitte & Touche, where he is responsible for the transaction services team that has worked with Gresham on its financial due diligence for the past three years. “We are delighted to have recruited James to our investment team,” said Paul Marson-Smith, managing partner. “His analytical skills and ability to get quickly to the heart of what matters will be invaluable to us when evaluating possible buy-out opportunities and during the deal process.”
 
Gresham invests in U.K. mid-market deals typically valued up to £100 million in the business & support services, consumer, financial services, healthcare/pharmaceuticals and industrial products sectors.


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