UK - Standard Life Investments has expanded its private equity team with the appointments of Craig Williamson, Roland Brinkman and Roger Pim.
Williamson previously gained private equity experience while at Charterhouse Development Capital and Vista Capital de Expansion, in Spain.
Brinkman was previously a senior manager for global strategy consulting firm Bain & Company and Pim an analyst in the financial sponsors group at Goldman Sachs International.
Standard Life Investments (private equity) chief executive Jonny Maxwell said: “These appointments, who have over 27 years of private equity experience between them, will play an important role in developing our investment programme throughout Europe.”
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