Zurich, Switzerland, July 7, 2020
Mill Reef Capital is pleased to announce the expansion of its team and the launch of its new website.
Mill Reef Capital, a highly specialised principal investor in private equity, is pleased to announce the expansion of its Senior Advisory Board with two experienced industry experts, Philippe Bucher and Dimitri Senik. Philippe currently serves as the COO of Capvis, a leading mid-market investor in the DACH region, while Dimitri leads the Investor Trust Services at PwC.
Gregor Hasler, Founding Partner, said « The appointment of these industry experts to the organization demonstrates our commitment to rigorous risk management and strong corporate governance. Both are highly respected in their fields and are invaluable in supporting Mill Reef Capital on its growth trajectory. »
Over the last twelve months Mill Reef Capital has also successfully strengthened its investment team through the appointment of two investment analysts, Ekaterina Nazarova and Paula Böni, and complemented this with the selection of Mikenda Damming as CFO in early 2020.
Mill Reef Capital also takes this opportunity to announce the launch of its new website (www.millreefcap.com). The newly designed website provides a gateway to the company with access to essential information.
Nico Taverna, Founding Partner, commented « The launch of the new website introduces Mill Reef Capital as an experienced and trusted partner for investors in private equity and provides an overview of our bespoke liquidity solutions for managers of private equity funds and primary investments. »
About Mill Reef Capital
Founded by Gregor Hasler and Nico Taverna, Mill Reef Capital is an experienced, highly specialised, principal investor in private equity. The firm offers bespoke investments allowing clients to access high quality European private equity managers through primary and secondary investments. Mill Reef Capital focuses on the smaller end of the private capital managers market, identifying fund managers with differentiated strategies and the potential to significantly outperform their peer group.