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Daniel Saxena promoted to Partner


Vorndran Mannheims Capital (VMCap), a leading private equity fund advisor in the German-speaking countries, has announced its year-end promotions today and is delighted to welcome Daniel Saxena as new Partner to its senior investment management team. Based in VMCap’s Swiss office, Daniel Saxena joined VM Cap as Investment Director in 2010 and has been working on acquisitions, portfolio- and exit-management across VM Cap’s investment portfolio with a focus on the technology sector. In this role Daniel Saxena has been the responsible Investment Director for VMCap’s portfolio company exceet Group SE and has recently also assumed responsibility for Rioglass Solar and Thomas Krenn.AG together with his Partner colleagues.

Before joining VMCap, Daniel Saxena worked in the Investment Banking Divisions of Salomon Smith Barney, Deutsche Bank and a Munich based corporate finance boutique on a number of M&A transactions, IPOs, and financing transactions mostly in the technology sector. Daniel Saxena holds a Master Degree from the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany.

Dr. Helmut Vorndran, CEO and Managing Partner at VMCap, said: “I am delighted to announce this well-deserved promotion which reflects the hard work and contribution Daniel made to our business and wish him every success in his new role. The promotion continues our tradition of nurturing talent from within and developing attractive career paths and perspectives within the firm.”

“I am looking forward to further contribute with my expertise and experience to the performance VMCap funds”, said Daniel Saxena. “I am happy to take on new challenges and responsibilities at one of the leading Private Equity Fund Advisors in the German-speaking region and I am looking forward to an inspiring and successful future with the entire VMCap team and our investors.”

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