Investec, the international specialist banking and asset management group, has announced the addition of Stefan Szczurowski to its fund finance team in the UK.
Szczurowski, a former rower, represented Australia in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, where he won a bronze medal. After a stint on the fixed income trading desk at Macquarie Bank, he joined Investec’s Australian team in 2009, focussing on corporate and acquisition finance, with responsibility for supporting leveraged finance transactions for corporate clients and financial sponsors.
Investec, which serves markets in the UK, Australia and South Africa, provides clients with financial services and products such as portfolio lending, secondary leverage a and capital call facilities. In his new role in London, Szczurowski will support deal origination and develop lending solutions for the private equity market, reporting to global head of fund finance Simon Hamilton.
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