UK - Friends Ivory & Sime Private Equity, a unit of investment house Friends Ivory & Sime, has appointed Liz Jones as assistant director of new investments.
Jones joins FIS from Barclays Bank, where she worked within their top tier management development programme in retail and corporate markets. Between 1997 and 2001, she was at Barclays Ventures, latterly as associate director where she led a number of private equity transactions.
Wol Kolade, managing director of Friends Ivory & Sime Private Equity, said of her appointment: “Liz’s appointment further strengthens our London New Investments team and supports our expanding investment capability.”
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