Landmark’s Scott Conners retires after 22 years

The executive has left after more than two decades at the private equity and real estate secondaries powerhouse.

Landmark Partners‘ Scott Conners, who co-managed the firm’s private equity group with four other partners, has retired after over two decades at the secondaries firm, according to a spokesperson.

Conners was involved in deal origination, underwriting and negotiation of private equity investments, according to the firm’s website. Simsbury, Connecticut-based Landmark is not planning to replace Conner, whose last day at the firm was 30 June, the spokesperson confirmed.

Scott Conners
Scott Conners

PE Hub first wrote about Conners leaving the firm.

Conners, who joined the private equity and real estate secondaries firm in 1993, has “retired to enjoy time with his family and pursue personal interests”, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Landmark’s private equity team is currently led by four partners, Ian Charles, Barry Miller, James McConnell and Robert Shanfield, the spokesperson said.

Landmark closed its Landmark Real Estate Fund VII in May at $1.6 billion, exceeding its initial $1 billion target. The firm has raised 29 private equity and real estate funds since 1989 and manages $15 billion of committed capital, according to its website.