UK-based buyout house Inflexion has promoted Philip Edmans to partner to lead the firm’s debt financing strategy amid a series of promotions.
Edmans joined the firm in 2010 from corporate finance boutique Gleacher Shacklock.
At Inflexion, Edmans involved in a number of investments and worked on the dual fundraising of the firm’s Enterprise Fund IV and Supplemental Fund IV as well as its 2012 Co-Investment Fund.
Alongside the announcement, Inflexion has also promoted George Collier, Edd Lynch and Abhishek Majumdar to investment director. Matt McKinlay, Nick Rosenberg and Hannah Dodds have also been promoted to assistant director.
Inflexion managing partner Simon Turner said, “We are excited to announce this new focus as part of our continued strategy to help businesses accelerate growth in the UK and internationally. We will leverage our debt expertise and relationships to assist our businesses in navigating the increasing funding options available to them. Phil has made a significant contribution over many years and his promotion to partner is well-deserved.
“With a number of new appointments as well as these promotions, we continue to build an ambitious team that share entrepreneurial empathy and a passion for building great businesses. We would like to congratulate others who have been promoted.”
Inflexion closed its fifth flagship mid-market buyout fund on £1.25bn just over a year ago.
Earlier this month, the firm invested in tech‐enabled provider of property and remortgage conveyancing services, O’Neill Patient Solicitors.
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