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Jensen Partners appoints Head of Private Credit & Private Equity

Jensen Partners, a women-owned executive search and corporate advisory firm for the alternative investment management industry, has appointed Nicholas Koehler s Head of Private Credit and Private Equity. 

Jensen Partners, a women-owned executive search and corporate advisory firm for the alternative investment management industry, has appointed Nicholas Koehler s Head of Private Credit and Private Equity. 

In this new role, Koehler will lead the firm’s efforts to recruit diverse candidates for credit and private equity strategies. Koehler will leverage Jensen Partners’ proprietary Diversity Talent Tracker to solve for investment roles and build out competitor intelligence across the US and Europe.

Koehler brings to Jensen Partners deep experience advising hedge funds, private credit, private equity, and real estate firms on talent and recruitment. He specialises in private credit, including working with managers that manage niche strategies such as CLOs, MBS, and ABS.

“Nick is a strong addition to the Jensen Partners team and his data-driven approach to recruitment resonates with our firm’s culture,” says Sasha Jensen, Founder and CEO of Jensen Partners. “His strengths are steeped in relying on a combination of quantitative research and qualitative insights to identify and place the right talent to meet a client’s needs. He will be a key member of our senior leadership team and will help us deliver for our clients in the private credit and equity space in the US.”

Koehler adds: “I am excited to join the Jensen Partners team and partner with the data investigative team to track down, qualify and generate new diverse talent for the private credit and private equity industry. Sasha is a trailblazer in the area of Diversity & Inclusion recruiting and we are especially excited to launch the firm’s proprietary diversity software, DiversityMetrics.”

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