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Pantheon opens two new offices

Extending its footprint into two important private wealth hubs


Global private markets investor Pantheon has opened offices in Singapore and Geneva.

These new locations have extended Pantheon’s footprint into two important private wealth hubs and supports its ongoing expansion in the private wealth channel.

The Singapore office will be a hub for its activities in Southeast Asia and across the wider Asia-Pacific region serving a client base that includes a number of blue-chip institutional investors and national pension funds.

It will be led by Brian Lim, Pantheon partner and head of the firm’s investment activities across Asia and emerging markets.

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While the Geneva office will extend the firms presence in continental Europe and will be led by Carlos Arias, Principal in the firm’s European Investor Relations team, who provide broader coverage for the firm’s institutional and private wealth clients in French speaking markets as well as Spain and Italy.

Pantheon’s private wealth platform offers a range of evergreen fund solutions with a combined $5.8bn (£4.7bn, €5.5bn) in assets under management (AuM).

Susan Long McAndrews partner and global head of business development, said: “ Our strategic focus is on building our presence in key growth markets and client channels, offering our investment acumen and commitment to service excellence to more investors, while growing our investment capacity and reach.

“We are pleased to bring our global expertise to local markets in Singapore and Geneva, where we have generated significant momentum and where we see substantial opportunities for further growth.”


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