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Mid Europa promotes two team members to director level

Mid Europa Partners, a private equity firm focused on buyouts in Central Europe, has promoted Nikolaus Bethlen and Stefan Tzvetkov to director level.

Pawel Padusinski (pictured) and Cezary Pietrasik have been promoted to the associate director level, and Tomasz Blicharski and Vladislav Ratajac to senior associate.

Thierry Baudon, Mid Europa’s managing partner, says: “I am delighted to announce the 2010 promotions within the Mid Europa team. The new level of responsibility accorded to the team members recognises their considerable contributions to the Partnership to date and we look forward to their continued commitment to the growth and success of Mid Europa.”

Bethlen joined Mid Europa in 2007 and is based in Budapest. He has worked on a number of investments including Orange Austria, Falcon and most recently Invitel. Prior to joining Mid Europa, he worked at Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts and Morgan Stanley in London.

Tzvetkov joined Mid Europa in 2008 and is based in London. He has contributed to the SBB and Telemach transactions. Prior to joining Mid Europa, he worked at Rhône Group, both in New York and London, and JPMorgan in New York.

Padusinski joined Mid Europa in 2005 and is based in Warsaw. Padusinski has worked on a number of transactions, including Wheelabrator, DISA and all of the Lux Med Group investments. Prior to joining Mid Europa, he worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Warsaw.

Pietrasik joined Mid Europa in 2006 and is based in Warsaw. Pietrasik has been involved in Mid Europa’s investment in Bité and the acquisition of Invitel. Prior to joining the team, he worked for JP Morgan in London and McKinsey in Warsaw.

Blicharski joined Mid Europa in 2007 and is based in Warsaw. He has been focused on the investment in Wheelabrator, the acquisition of DISA and the subsequent merger of the two companies. Prior to joining Mid Europa, he worked for ABN Amro and BNP Paribas.

Ratajac joined Mid Europa in 2008 and is based in Budapest. Ratajac has been involved in several investments, including Bité and Invitel. Prior to joining the team, he was with Deutsche Bank in New York and London.
 

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