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HIG Capital adds three to capital formation group

HIG Capital, a global alternative investment firm with over $52 billion of capital under management, has added Daniel Rosenthal Ayash, Bernice Berschader and Micael Hagelin to its Capital Formation Group, based in HIG’s London office.

HIG Capital (HIG), a global alternative investment firm with over $52 billion of capital under management, has added Daniel Rosenthal Ayash, Bernice Berschader and Micael Hagelin to its Capital Formation Group, based in HIG’s London office.
 
Rosenthal Ayash joins as a Managing Director and is responsible for managing HIG’s European client partnerships for the firm’s global private equity platform. Prior to HIG, he was a Managing Director in Eaton Partners’ Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) private funds group. Prior to joining Eaton, he was Head of European Fundraising for Patria Investimentos, where he was responsible for all European fundraising.
 
Berschader joins as a Principal and is responsible for managing HIG’s European client partnerships for the firm’s global credit platform. Prior to HIG, Berschader was Head of EMEA Capital Formation at Castlelake, where she was responsible for capital raising activities across the firm’s private credit, private equity, and real asset strategies. Prior to Castlelake, Berschader was a member of Park Hill Group / PJT’s European Private Credit and Hedge Fund distribution team focused on capital raising activities across Europe.
 
Hagelin joins as a Managing Director and is responsible for managing HIG’s European client partnerships for the firm’s global credit platform. Prior to HIG, Hagelin was a Managing Partner at New End Associates, where he was responsible for the capital formation of primary funds and direct investments covering institutional clients across the Nordics and Netherlands. Prior to New End Associates, Hagelin held similar roles at Oaktree Capital and Pictet.
 

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