Mullen’s role will include expanding the firm’s business development and investor relations team.
At Morgan Stanley Mullen was managing director at the investment bank’s Alternative Investment Partners division, where he led institutional business development, marketing, and distribution.
Landmark managing partner Tim Haviland said, “Geoff has extensive industry knowledge and experience working with institutional investors. He has built and led capital-raising, investor relations, and marketing functions for several high quality investment organizations.
“The addition of Geoff demonstrates our ongoing commitment to enhance our investor relations activities.”
Landmark has been doing business in the secondary market since 1989, when it formed its first private equity secondary fund.
The private equity secondaries firm pulled in almost $1.4bn towards its fifteenth fund in January of this year, approaching its $2.5bn with investments from 115 LPs.
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