Pomona Capital Staffs Up

Oct 30 2008 | 9:24am ET

Pomona Capital, a $6 billion private equity firm, has made added three senior professionals to its global team.

Jordan Robinson joined the firm as a managing director to lead the firm’s product development, marketing and distribution strategies efforts. Gregory Walters has joined as a principal to focus on secondary investment analysis and deal sourcing and Haijoung Kim was named as a vice president to focus on capital raising and investments for Pomona’s Asian fund of funds.

Robinson and Walters are based in the firm’s New York office, and Kim is based in Hong Kong.
 
Previously, Robinson was a vice president for AIG Investments where he was responsible for assisting in the strategic planning, product development and asset allocation of AIG Investments’ global private equity efforts. Walters was a managing director for the VCFA Group where he responsible for sourcing, analyzing, structuring and negotiating secondary and direct private equity transactions and Kim was a senior investment manager in the alternative investments division of Samsung Life in Seoul, South Korea.


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