Campbell Lutyens has made a clutch of senior promotions, including one in its secondaries advisory team.
Annabelle Judd, a London-based secondaries professional, has been promoted to principal, according to a statement from the secondaries advisory and placement firm. She was previously a senior vice-president.
Before joining the firm in February 2017 Judd spent 10 years as an M&A banker at Rothschild, according to her LinkedIn profile.
James Sladden in London, Ryan Mason and Richard Moore in New York and James Shipperlee and Don Yoon in Hong Kong were promoted to principal. All five are in the fund placement team.
The advisory firm and placement agent has been expanding over the past year. In June it officially opened an office in Singapore to complement its Hong Kong outpost. The office is staffed by principal Aiva Sperberga and associate Robin Seng. Around the same time the firm hired Stephen Henderson as a vice-president in its New York secondaries advisory team. He joined after spending six years at investment bank Atlas Advisors.
In March Campbell Lutyens opened offices in Chicago and Los Angeles, pushing the number of US staff to 30 from eight in 2015. Among the senior people in Chicago is head of North American real assets Guillermo Marroquin, who rejoined the firm from Macquarie Infrastructure & Real Assets in January.
Article amended to reflect that Annabelle Judd was promoted from the rank of senior vice-president.