NextStage AM has appointed Pascal Macioce as Senior Partner with responsibility for the development of the company in France and abroad.
As Senior Partner, Pascal Macioce’s mission will to advise the company with a view to casting a wider net among investors and partners looking to invest in innovative mid-market companies.
Macioce began his career at Arthur Andersen in 1979, where he held various management roles, notably as head of the French audit department. 2002 saw him join EY following the merger with Arthur Andersen. His responsibilities rapidly extended beyond France to Europe and then the EMEIA region, for which he was named Deputy Managing Partner in 2014 overseeing the different service lines (Audit, Advisory, Legal & Tax and Transactions). He accelerated the pace of investment, notably to develop the acquisition of new expertise, and oversaw relations with major clients. The EMEIA region has a headcount of close to 110,000 for revenues of USD13,900 million.
“We are thrilled that Pascal Macioce has decided to join NextStage. His extensive experience and insight into international investors will enable NextStage to speed up its development, helping us to broaden and play a central part in our ecosystem of partners and investors,” says Grégoire Sentilhes, Chairman of NextStage AM and NextStage manager.