Landmark Young Gun departs – exclusive

The London-based director was described as 'very on the ball' by a competitor buyer in last year's ranking of the most impressive professionals under 36.

A Landmark Partners director who was in Secondaries Investor‘s Young Guns of Secondaries Class of 2019 has left the firm.

Julie Bernodat, Landmark Partners
Bernodat: ranked one of 2019’s most promising secondaries professionals under 36

London-based Julie Bernodat left the alternatives manager this year, according to two sources familiar with her move. She is no longer listed on the private equity and real estate secondaries firm’s website.

Described as “very on the ball” by a competitor buyer, Bernodat was directly involved in the sourcing and execution of at least 12 deals worth a combined €6 billion, Secondaries Investor noted in September. She ranked 14th in the Young Guns list of the most promising secondaries professionals under 36.

Bernodat was promoted to director from vice-president in January, Secondaries Investor reported. Two other former Young Guns, John Stott and Michelle Creed, were promoted to partner at Landmark at the same time.

Secondaries Investor reported in September that Landmark was plotting a return to market with its 17th private equity secondaries fund. The firm has collected at least $500 million for Landmark Infrastructure Partners II, which is targeting $1.5 billion, according to Secondaries Investor data.

Landmark did not wish to comment. Bernodat did not return a request for comment.