HarbourVest Promotes Five

Dec 5 2006 | 1:54pm ET

Boston-based HarbourVest Partners, LLC last month promoted five investment professionals. John M. Fiato and Corentin du Roy were named vice presidents and Carolina Espinal de Carulla, Michael J. Pugatch, and Abraham Soquar were promoted to senior associate.

Fiato, a member of the secondary partnership team, joined HarbourVest's accounting group in 1994, and joined the secondary investment team in 1999 where he focuses on U.S. and non-U.S. secondary investments. Du Roy, a member of the direct investment team, joined HarbourVest's London-based subsidiary in 2003 and currently focuses on non-U.S. growth equity and leveraged buyout transactions.

Espinal de Carulla focuses on partnership and direct investments in the firm's London-based subsidiary. Pugatch is a member of the firm's secondary investment team, with a principal focus on direct portfolio opportunities and large structured transactions. Soquar is a member of the secondary investment team in the firm’s London-based subsidiary where he focuses on secondary investments in Europe and other non-U.S. markets.

HarbourVest and its subsidiaries have 160 employees, including 62 investment professionals deployed in Boston, London, and Hong Kong.


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