Campbell Lutyens, a global alternative asset advisory firm focused on fund placement and secondary transactions, has added Wayne Kozun to its advisory board.
Kozun was until recently a senior vice president at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board where his various responsibilities included management of OTPP’s global public equities portfolio, the relationship investing team and the direct long term private equity investing team.
He co-chaired OTPP’s responsible investment committee and was responsible for the opening of OTPP’s Asian office in Hong Kong in 2013. He joined OTPP in 1995.
Kozun serves on the boards of the Pacific Pension & Investment Institute (PPI) and the Toronto East General Hospital Foundation.
Campbell Lutyens has expanded its North American business over the last year, doubling its New York team to 20 operating in both primary fund raising and secondary advisory transactions.
“I have greatly admired Wayne since we first worked together on joining the Board of PPI 10 years ago,” says John Campbell, chairman of Campbell Lutyens. “Wayne is greatly respected by his peers in the international pension fund and investment community.”
Andrew Sealey, CEO of Campbell Lutyens, says: “Wayne’s experience will help us to deepen our understanding of the institutional market in North America as we further expand our US business.”
Kozun’s appointment follows that of Peter Westmacott, the former British Ambassador to the United States, and the appointment this year of Gordon Bajnai, the former Prime Minister of Hungary, as chairman of Campbell Lutyens’ global advisory board.