26 September 2022 - Limerston Capital LLP (“Limerston Capital”), the UK mid-market private equity investor, is pleased to announce that Lejla Pintol is joining as Investment Associate, the first in a series of new hires to be announced over the next few months.
Lejla joins from Citi where she was an investment banking associate within the TMT team and involved in multiple transactions. She previously worked in investment banking at Credit Suisse and Jefferies. Lejla speaks German, English, Italian and Serbo-Croatian and has an MSc in Finance from the University of Liechtenstein.
Limerston Capital is a private equity firm targeting UK businesses with EBITDA of between £5 million and £15 million and partnering with management teams to help build them into industry leaders. We differentiate by providing strong operational and acquisition support to our companies through our fully-integrated and dedicated operational and investment teams.
2022 has been an active year for Limerston with two major acquisitions, four bolt-on deals, one realization and various portfolio company milestones, including two new CEO appointments.
Martim Avillez, Founding Partner of Limerston Capital, said, “Limerston has had a very busy 2022 and the appointment of Lejla is the start of a string of new hires that we are looking to make as the firm continues to grow with Fund I nearly fully invested. We are delighted to have an investment associate with such a breadth of experience and know she will make a great contribution to the team.”
For more information, please contact:
Martim Avillez, Limerston Capital Founding Partner
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About Limerston Capital
Founded in 2015 by James Paget, João Rosa and Martim Avillez, London based Limerston Capital pursues control investments in UK mid-market companies and seeks to create value through the firm’s buy-and-build and operationally focused model. The firm targets businesses with EBITDA of between £5 million and £15 million that have a solid value proposition, but have potential for operational improvements, have mispriced underlying returns on capital and provide opportunities for strategic repositioning via consolidation.