11 Dec 2014 Three Promoted at Rutland
Rutland is delighted to announce three promotions within its Deal Team; Tristan Craddock and Rahul Satsangi have both been promoted to Investment Director and Michael Reynolds has been promoted to Investment Manager.
Tristan joined Rutland in 2008 and was actively involved in the acquisitions of Maplin Electronics, Pizza Hut Restaurants UK, CeDo and Buy As You View and currently sits on the board of Maplin Electronics and Pizza Hut Restaurants UK. He joined Rutland from Ernst & Young where he qualified as a chartered accountant and then joined their Transaction Advisory Services team working on both pre and post deal with a number of private equity and corporate clients specialising in the operational analysis and performance improvement aspects of transactions.
Rahul joined Rutland in 2010 and has worked on the investments of LIG, Pizza Hut Restaurants UK, Bernard Matthews and Millbrook, sitting on the boards of LIG and Millbrook. Prior to joining Rutland, Rahul was part of the Corporate Finance team at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he provided advisory services on a variety of buy-side and sell-side transactions to his Private Equity, Financial Services and Technology clients.
Michael joined Rutland in 2012 and was involved in the acquisitions of Maplin Electronics and Buy As You View. He joined Rutland after two years at Hawkpoint Partners in their corporate advisory group. Prior to Hawkpoint, he was with KPMG where he qualified as a chartered accountant completing three years in the Corporate Finance division.
Commenting on the three promotions, Michael Langdon, Chairman of Rutland Partners said:
“We are delighted to announce the promotions of Tristan and Rahul to Investment Director and Michael to Investment Manager. Their significant contributions to source, evaluating and executing investment transactions since they joined Rutland have been invaluable and we are pleased to recognise their hard work with these promotions.”
The promotions of Tristan, Rahul and Michael further strengthen the team and cap a busy eighteen months for Rutland, which has seen further growth in their portfolio with four new investments and the successful sale of the household disposables group, CeDo.
Rutland continues to focus on special situations and operational change with the primary objective to improve performance through controllable or strategic actions.