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Inflexion announces team promotions

Inflexion has announced a number of promotions within its team, reflecting their contribution to the business as well as Inflexion’s commitment to developing its talent. 

The promotions follow an active first half of the year which has seen Inflexion complete 11 investments and six exits whilst supporting its portfolio to complete 47 acquisitions.
 
Richard Booth, Sergio Ferrarini, Jon Ma and Sarah Gestetner have all been promoted to Partner. Richard has made a significant contribution to the Industrials team, particularly with respect to Aspen Pumps, Huws Gray and Marley. Sergio joined Inflexion in 2019 and plays a key role in the Technology team, which has recently completed the take-private of Infront as well as the innovative carve out and corporate partnership with FBX/Novantas. Jonny is a key member of the Enterprise team where he focuses on technology investing leading our investments Halo and Comparison Technologies. Sarah leads Inflexion’s Marketing team.
 
Chris Wright becomes Head of the Manchester office, with responsibility for our investing activities in the North. 
 
Roddy Green, Matt McKinlay, Nick Rosenberg and Robin Senivassen have been promoted to Investment Directors, whilst Sam McPhail, Marcus Ward, Melanie Campbell and Alice Lawson have been promoted to Assistant Directors. 
 
Ben Pattison has become Head of Finance with responsibility for overseeing Fund Accounting and Corporate Accounting, whilst Ionela Serbenco becomes Fund Accounting Manager.
 
Simon Turner, Managing Partner at Inflexion, says: “Promoting talent from within helps maintain the culture we have carefully built throughout our history and reflects the strong contribution made by these individuals. We are very grateful for the dedication and resilience shown by our whole team over the past 15 months as they have continued to focus on building great businesses despite the challenges of remote working.”
 

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