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Omnes Capital, a specialist in private equity investment owned by employees, is strengthening its organisation and making adjustments to its governance arrangements to prepare for a new stage in its development.
Benjamin Arm has been named head of the buyout and growth capital business, for which Fabien Prévost previously had direct responsibility.
This business encompasses the 12 investors in the small cap and mid cap buyout and growth capital and mezzanine teams. With EUR540 million under management and two funds currently being raised, they support SMEs with an enterprise value of less than EUR150 million with their expansion and buyout plans.
Michel de Lempdes has been named head of the venture capital business, with the backing of Alexia Perouse, who is in charge of the life sciences business.
Philippe Trolez, corporate secretary, has taken over responsibility for the finance department, previously led by Prévost.
An executive committee has been set up to oversee the company’s operational affairs. It is made up of Prévost, itscChairman, and five partners, namely Arm, de Lempdes Serge Savasta (renewable energy), Martine Sessin-Caracci (communications and investor relations) and Trolez.
Pierre Gadonneix has joined the consultative committee, consisting of Edmond Alphandéry (chairman), Gilbert Milan, Xavier Moreno and Jacques Veyrat. The consultative committee issues opinions and recommendations on the company's development and compensation policy. Gadonneix will participate in the strategic committee of Omnes Capital Energy Funds.
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