Landmark adds fourth IR professional

Christopher Davis has joined the firm from UBS where he was a wealth strategy associate.

Landmark Partners continues to boost its investor relations and business development team, Secondaries Investor has learned.

Christopher Davis
Christopher Davis

Christopher Davis has joined the firm as an associate to focus on client services, according to his LinkedIn profile. Previously he worked at UBS in Washington DC, where he was a wealth strategy associate in the private wealth management division. He was also a senior advisory services associate at Cambridge Associates and an investor services associate at State Street. His first day at Landmark was Tuesday.

Landmark declined to comment.

Davis is Landmark’s fourth investor relations and business development hire in the past six months. The firm launched its team by bringing on former Morgan Stanley executive Geoff Mullen as a managing director in July. This year the firm has hired Emily-Jane Finigan as a vice-president and James Clarke as a director focused on investors across the eastern region of the US.

The firm is looking to add a fifth professional to the team, at a junior level, a source familiar with the matter told Secondaries Investor. It recently closed its 15th private equity secondaries fund, above its $2.5 billion target. The fund brought Landmark’s total committed capital to about $15 billion as of 31 December.

Landmark is also in market with its seventh real estate secondaries fund which is expected to be oversubscribed on its $1 billion target.