Private debt manager hires Nordic business developer

A Paris-based manager is increasing its sales efforts across Europe, and has hired an experienced asset management sales director to lead the efforts in the Nordics.

Ricard Janson | Photo: Capza

Capza, which is based in Paris, has hired Ricard Janson to be responsible for investor relations and business development in the Nordics. Established in 2004, Capza is a private investment platform that offers six strategies in the private debt and private equity space focusing on providing liquidity to small and mid cap companies to help finance their growth ambitions.

"Ricard is joining a team of 8 people focusing on expanding our investor base and footprint in both Europe and Asia, while at the same time servicing and dedicating their time to our exisiting clients and parterns. Additional recrutiments are on their way," Capza writes in a statement.

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