Private equity firm Mid Europa, which is headquartered on London’s Regent Street, has revealed five senior promotions for 2015, including three new partners and directors.
Pawel Padusinski, who is based in Warsaw and who recently worked on the acquisition of Euromedic by Alpha Medical, has been promoted to Partner after ten years at the firm. London-based Manish Mittal, who joined as Chief Financial Officer in 2012, has been made joint Partner and Chief Operating Officer, and will continue to take responsibility for Mid Europa’s financial and operational functions. Also in London, Helena Lehtmets has been appointed Operations Executive.
In Budapaest, Robert Chmelar has progressed to director, following the recent successful sale of T-Mobile Czech Republic to Deutsche Telekom, and Gyozo Lantos has been made Associate.
Thierry Baudon, Mid Europa’s Managing Partner, said: “We are delighted to recognise the significant contribution made by the colleagues who are promoted this year, and look forward to their continued success in developing the Mid Europa franchise.”
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