The private equity firm HGGC announced that it was making more addition to its executive staffs. These additions are meant to enhance the operations of the firm which has been leading in the leveraged buyouts industry for many years. The company has formulated a new investment strategy and therefore, it is look8ng for professionals who can assist in executing it. Most of the new appointments come from the blue-chip financials brands. There also are those that have proven record in implementing such strategies and therefore, they underline the desire by the firm to stay ahead of its competition.
A growth trajectory
To keep up with the demands of the growth trajectory that the company follows, it is essential to bring on board some of the best brains in the industry, and this is the reason these executives have been hired. The company has always insisted that they focus on fostering value creation in every portfolio of the company. In line with this goal, they have been searching the industry to find experienced and talented professionals who can help steer the new objectives. Looking at some of the names that have been brought on board, you will agree that HGGC has made the right choices.
Colin Phinisey is the new principal responsible for controlling the capital markets of the company. These markets include transactions that cover leveraged buyouts, acquisitions and mergers. In addition to that, there will be a new executive director called Christopher Guinn whose primary focus will be on working actively with various departments in HGGC. Another executive to be added to the company is Zachary Dams. If you look at these appointments, you will notice that they have many years of combined experience. They have also worked with various leading companies in the same industry, and therefore, their input is likely to steer the growth agenda of the company.
There several other appointments at HGGC all of whom have a great background. What remains to be seen is the impact that they will have on the operations of the company. Analysts already expect to see an increase in growth when they settle in their new positions.