Campbell Lutyens, one of the largest global alternative asset advisory firms has appointed Gordon Bajnai as chairman of its global advisory board. Bajnai is the former Hungarian Prime Minister. Also, he was group chief operating officer at Meridiam Infrastructure.
Bajnai has taken a part time executive role with the firm having been on Campbell Lutyens' Advisory Board since 2011. In his executive role at Campbell Lutyens the former Prime Minister will assist the firm in managing senior level relationships, providing advice to the firm's clients and counterparties as well as supporting and advising on the development of the group.
Prior to his appointment in early 2009 as Prime Minister of Hungary to lead the country through a major economic crisis he had been an investment banker with Creditanstalt, chief executive of one of Hungary's largest private equity holding companies, head of the National Development Agency and a Minister in the Hungarian Government. Following the conclusion of his prime ministership in mid 2010 he took on a number of advisory board roles including with Antin Infrastructure, Meridiam Infrastructure, Aegon and Campbell Lutyens. He additionally took on a number of educational roles including as a visiting fellow at John Hopkins and adjunct professor at Columbia University. In 2014 he joined Meridiam Infrastructure as group COO and member of the investment committee. For family reasons he stood down from his executive role at Meridiam in early 2017 while joining the Supervisory Board.
Campbell Lutyens' has expanded significantly over the last four years, doubling its team to 100 with particular growth being seen in its activities in the US and Asia.
"Gordon brings to us an intriguing combination of senior level experience and expertise in the private equity and infrastructure sectors together with a deep understanding of the political and economic landscape in Europe" said Andrew Sealey, CEO of Campbell Lutyens.
Source: hvg.hu; pehub.com
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 April 2017 18:44