Carlyle Promotes 34 To Senior Posts

Jan 11 2007 | 10:47am ET

Global private equity firm The Carlyle Group is kicking off 2007 with a slew of promotions. Recently, 34 of its professionals were bumped up to senior positions including 16 to managing director and 18 to principal/director. The individuals work in Carlyle’s offices around the globe conducting buyout, venture and growth capital, real estate and leveraged finance transactions, as well as accounting, human resources and legal activities.

Professionals promoted to managing director from director/principal are: Colin Atkins, David Daniel, Marc Demumieux, Yi Luo, Masato Marumo, Eliot Merrill, Charlie Moore, Stephen Owens, Thomas Ray, Lori Sabet, Catherine Simoni, Michael Stewart, Takaomi Tomioka, Alex Wagenberg, Michael Wand and Brent Whisenant.

The new principal/directors promoted from vice president/associate director are: Dan Bellissimo, Brian Bernasek, Sameer Bhargava, Han Chen, Jacques Galante, Ryan Harris, Markus Hofmann, Mark Johnson, Hiroshi Kawahara, Marilyn Lucas, Andrew Marino, Heather Mitchell, Thaddeus Paul, David Pearson, Nicholas Shao, Koichiro Taniyama, David Willich and Feng Xiao.

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