The Communication Advisory Group (CAG) deals with reputation management and communication-related issues affecting European private equity and venture capital. The CAG pools knowledge and information, and collectively works to expand and deepen the understanding and perception of private equity in Europe amongst key stakeholders, including the media.
Vanessa Maydon, Cinven
Stephanie Fraser, HarbourVest Partners
Laura Asbjornsen, Forbion
Ludo Bammens, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co Partners (KKR)
Ingrid Beyer, Hadean Ventures
Nick Board, CVC Advisers Limited
Edward Bridges, FTI Consulting
Virginie Christnacht, Eurazeo
Coralie Cornet, Argos Wityu
Anna Czywczynska, Enterprise Investors
Andrew Dowler, Stamford Communications
Tom Eckersley, Hg
Jason Ghassemi, Cerberus Capital Management
Courtney Glymph, ETF Partners
Christoffer Gundersen, Argentum Fondsinvesteringer
Chris Hunt, Intermediate Capital Group PLC
Carsten Huwendiek, CVC Advisers Limited
Bryce Keane, Atomico Partners
Fiona Kehily, NB Alternatives Advisers
Andrew Kenny, Carlyle
Tor Krusell, Altor Equity Partners AB
Fiona Laffan, Intermediate Capital Group
Bommy Lee, Sofinnova Partners
Felix Lettau, Blackstone
Stephen Lewis, Blackstone
Steve McCool, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Ingibjörg Meyer-Myklestad, Argentum Asset Management
James Murray, Bridgepoint
Nina Nornholm, EQT Partners AB
Matthieu Roussellier, PAI Partners
Katarina Sallerfors, APAX Partners
Ninja Struye de Swielande, Lakestar Advisors
Nina Suter, Permira Advisers
Jenna Ward, Warburg Pincus
Ashley Wassall, Pantheon Ventures
Invest Europe seeks to lift the profile of private equity and venture capital by promoting a better understanding about the industry and its contribution to growth, jobs and the economy. From social media to thought leadership, in-depth publications and events, we make sure that Invest Europe’s message about the impact of private equity reaches and connects with its audience.Learn more
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