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Campbell Lutyens opens office in Singapore

Campbell Lutyens has opened a new office in Singapore, following regulatory approval.

The office will support the continued expansion of the firm’s fund placement and secondary advisory business in Asia-Pacific, and will be the firm’s second in the region, after the opening of a Hong Kong office in 2010.
 
Campbell Lutyens’ Asia-Pacific team has grown to 15 people and is currently advising on USD7.8 billion of transactions for Asia-Pacific clients. The firm raises capital and advises on secondary transactions for private equity, infrastructure and private debt funds globally.
 
“We have been expanding our presence in Asia-Pacific over the past few years, in response to increasing demand for both fund placement and secondary advisory services,” says George Maltezos, Partner and co-head of Asia-Pacific. “Campbell Lutyens’ integrated approach – across our primary and secondary activities and asset classes – has resonated with both our clients and investors. We look forward to building on this momentum.”
 
“We are a global business, but we have never underestimated the importance of building relationships locally,” says Andrew Sealey, Managing Partner and CEO. “Our expansion in Asia-Pacific reflects the importance of the region to the growth of Campbell Lutyens’ business over the long term.”
 
Earlier this year, Campbell Lutyens opened offices in Chicago and Los Angeles. The firm now has six offices globally, across North America, Europe and Asia.

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