C.P. Eaton Expands European Team

Oct 14 2008 | 12:27pm ET

Placement agent C.P. Eaton Partners has added three members to its London office.

Frank Chang, who previously spent close to four years working in C.P. Eaton’s headquarters in Rowayton, Conn., will lead the firm’s hedge fund activities in Europe. Christopher Pietersen, who joins as a the firm vice president, has eight years of financial services experience, five of which have been spent in private equity. Prior to joining C.P. Eaton, Pietersen was an associate director in the private equity funds Group at UBS Investment Bank in New York. Also, Stephanie Brendel joins the firm as an associate from Bear Stearns’ private funds group.

“Frank will be a tremendous asset on the hedge fund side and both Chris and Stephanie have strong capital raising expertise in private equity, infrastructure and real estate,” says Anne Gales, head of C.P. Eaton Partners’ European office.

Founded in 1983, C.P. Eaton Partners, currently in the market with eleven funds across various asset classes including core capital assets, renewable energy, urban real estate development, Western European real estate, distressed debt, global infrastructure, structured equity and activist hedge funds, and a fund of hedge funds.

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