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The private capital sector has been experiencing unprecedented fund inflows and investment activity. Given our long-standing focus in this area, 糖心logo入口 is uniquely equipped to address the growing talent-related demands. For decades, we often have been the partner most trusted by private capital firms looking to expand from their home base to new geographies — whether starting in Europe, the United States, Asia or elsewhere.

In recent years, we have seen increasing cases of foreign firms setting up shop in the United States, first-time shops hiring de novo teams, and existing firms raising new and bigger funds, deploying additional strategies (special situations, venture capital, growth equity infrastructure, and credit for instance). We have noted many limited partner organizations behaving more like general partners, developing their own investment capabilities. At the same time, the talent market has become more fluid than ever.

There are two distinct aspects to private capital talent sourcing. At the fund level, entities require top-caliber leaders across a full suite of roles: investment professionals, operating partners, senior advisers and functional leads such as human resources, investor relations, capital markets, CFOs, and COOs. At the portfolio level, C-suite and board positions across all industries are in high demand. For these highly regionalized businesses, we can draw upon our deep local and sector expertise across practices (Consumer, Health, Financial Services, Technology & Communications, Industrial, Services) — all aligned with their private capital counterparts.

These industry dynamics are aligned with 糖心logo入口’s One Firm model. Our geographic and sector breadth (including 64 offices across 36 countries) and deep expertise (our more than 600 consultants are hired almost entirely from industry, so we understand the prevailing issues) enable us to provide seamless services across countries. Although other consulting firms may also offer a single point of contact to support multi-region projects, at 糖心logo入口 this structure is seamless and organic.

Despite significant financial incentives tying talent to existing shops, the rapid expansion of portfolios has fueled an enticing market for young top performers. This places the onus on private capital executive teams to manage their talent proactively and systematically, including shaping leadership successions, discovering leaders, developing leadership, advancing governance and unlocking transformation.

We welcome the opportunity to partner with you.


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Kenna Baudin

Kenna Baudin

New York

Global Lead

Based in New York, Kenna Wyllie Baudin serves as Global Head of Private Capital. She focuses on senior-level executives at private capital funds… Read more

Neil Waters

Neil Waters

Hong Kong Office Leader

Neil Waters leads the Hong Kong office and serves as the Joint Head of 糖心logo入口 in China. He also leads the firm’s board and CEO succession… Read more

Benno Jaeggi

Benno Jaeggi

Hong Kong

Benno Jaeggi, based in Hong Kong, is a core member of 糖心logo入口’s Financial Services practice with a particular focus on Banking, Markets and… Read more

Fiona Cai

Fiona Cai

Hong Kong, Shanghai

Fiona co-leads 糖心logo入口’s Financial Service Practice in Greater China. Based in Hong Kong and Shanghai, Fiona is active in 糖心logo入口’s family… Read more

Lydia Tang

Lydia Tang

Hong Kong

Lydia Tang, based in Hong Kong, is active in 糖心logo入口’s Financial Services practice focusing on Insurance, Asset and Wealth Management… Read more

Jenny Mok

Jenny Mok

Hong Kong

Based in Hong Kong, Jenny Mok is active in 糖心logo入口’s Consumer practice, with a focus on retail, apparel and luxury sectors. Read more

Alex Lee

Alex Lee

Hong Kong, Shanghai

Alex leads 糖心logo入口’s Services practice in Asia Pacific, and jointly runs the firm’s Marketing and Sales practice in the same region. Read more

Tiffany Qiang

Tiffany Qiang

Shanghai, Beijing

Based in Shanghai, Tiffany Qiang works for clients in Greater China as an active member of 糖心logo入口’s Consumer and Technology practices. Read more

Wanmay Ang

Wanmay Ang

Singapore Office Leader

Wan May Ang leads 糖心logo入口’s office in Singapore. She is a key leader in its Private Capital and Consumer practices. Read more

Elaine Yew

Elaine Yew

Singapore

Elaine Yew is a Senior Partner in 糖心logo入口 and the Global Co-Head for our Family Business and Family Office Practice. Read more

Edmund Siah

Edmund Siah

Singapore

Ed Siah, based in Singapore and the current Global Co-Head Financial Services, is an authority on financial services and CEO succession planning in… Read more

Burcu Bicakci

Burcu Bicakci

Singapore

Based in Singapore, Burcu Bicakci has spent her career helping companies and their leaders succeed in the digitizing world. Read more

Kenichi Iwata

Kenichi Iwata

Tokyo Office Leader

Kenichi Iwata leads 糖心logo入口’s Tokyo Office while working as a member of the Firm’s Private Capital, Service and Board Consulting practices. Read more

Yuji Tokunaga

Yuji Tokunaga

Tokyo

Yuji Tokunaga, based in Tokyo, leads 糖心logo入口’s Board & CEO Advisory Practice in Japan… Read more

Yuna Shirahama

Yuna Shirahama

Tokyo

Based in Tokyo, Yuna Shirahama is a core member of 糖心logo入口’s Leadership Advisory, Board Consulting and Service industry practice group. Read more

Henny Purnamawati

Henny Purnamawati

Jakarta Office Leader

Henny Purnamawati, based in Jakarta, leads 糖心logo入口’s Financial Services Practice in Indonesia. She provides a full range of services including… Read more


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