Hamilton Lane has made further promotions in its Americas offices, including two who focus on secondaries.
In its Philadephia headquarters, the global investment firm promoted Keith Brittain and Dennis Scharf to managing director, according to a statement.
Brittain joined the firm in 2010 from KPMG where he was a director in its corporate finance team, according to his LinkedIn profile. Scharf has been with the firm since 2004 and was previously an associate focusing on debt markets with Bear Stearns, according to his LinkedIn profile.
The firm also promoted seven other staff who focus on primary investments, products and IT in its Philadephia and Rio de Janeiro offices.
“The promotion of these individuals is a testament to our ongoing commitment to developing top talent at all levels, and we look forward to our new managing directors taking an even more active role in providing our clients with the highest level of service,” Mario Giannini, Hamilton Lane chief executive, said in the statement.
Hamilton Lane on Tuesday announced it had promoted five staff in its London, Hong Kong and Tokyo offices, including Richard Hope, who leads its secondaries and co-investment activities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, to managing director.
The firm has over $239 billion in total assets under management and supervision and employs more than 250 staff.