Meketa Investment Group Hires Green For Private Markets Role

Nov 3 2016 | 9:49pm ET

Global consulting firm Meketa Investment Group has hired private equity secondaries specialist Daniel Green as a senior director and member of its private markets group.

Green will be based out of Meketa’s London office, according to the company. He will focus on private equity and real asset investment opportunities in the EMEA regions, in addition to business development in Europe. 

Green has more than 16 years of financial industry experience, most recently as founder and director of Gorst Capital, a firm focused on private equity secondary transactions.  Beforehand, he was CIO of Greenpark Capital, a private equity secondaries manager with $2 billion of committed capital.  Earlier in his career, Green worked in venture capital and began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

“The hiring of Daniel is a key milestone for the firm as we look to further expand upon our investments in EMEA,” said John Haggerty, managing principal and director of private markets Investments for Meketa. “We are pleased to have Daniel on board and look forward to benefiting from his valuable insights and experience.”

Founded in 1978 by James Meketa, Meketa Investment Group is an employee-owned, full service investment consulting and advisory firm.  As an independent fiduciary, the firm serves institutional investors in discretionary and non-discretionary roles. The company consults on more than $400 billion in assets for over 140 clients whose aggregate institutional assets exceed $860 billion. 

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