ROWAYTON, Conn., March 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Eaton Partners, one of the world's largest placement agents, announces the upcoming opening in April 2016 of its seventh global office location in Chicago. This new office – which joins Eaton Partners' current offices in Hong Kong, Houston, London, Rowayton, San Diego, and Shanghai – will help further develop Eaton Partners' global investor network and placement capabilities. Managing Director Christopher Maduri will lead the new location within the Stifel Financial Corporation's Chicago office space located at 70 W Madison Street.
"We see tremendous value in having an on-the-ground presence in Chicago as it allows us to further strengthen client and institutional investor relationships in the region," said Peter Martenson, Partner and Head of Distribution at Eaton Partners.
"The new office location and space in Chicago is a prime example of how our affiliation with Stifel allows us to elevate our global platform and expand our local footprint," said Charlie Eaton, CEO at Eaton Partners.
Mr. Maduri, who has over 13 years of professional management experience, focuses on Eaton Partners' private equity, real estate, credit and real asset fund distribution. He is a native to Chicago and will be returning to his hometown following five years at the firm's San Diego office. Prior to joining Eaton in 2011, Mr. Maduri worked for Triton Pacific Capital, a private equity firm, and Heitman, a real estate investment management firm based in Chicago, among others.
Since the acquisition by Stifel Financial Corporation (NYSE: SF) in January 2016, Eaton Partners has been implementing strategies to elevate its placement business by leveraging Stifel's platforms and infrastructure. Details on Eaton Partners' global presence, including the office locations in Hong Kong, Houston, London, Rowayton, San Diego, and Shanghai, can be found here.
About Eaton Partners, LLC
Founded in 1983, Eaton Partners is one of the largest and most experienced fund placement firm in the world, having raised more than $68 billion across 90 highly differentiated funds. With over 60 professionals across offices in North America, Europe and Asia, the firm raises institutional capital for investment managers across a full range of alternative strategies – private equity, real assets, real estate and hedge funds/public market strategies. Eaton Partners is currently in the market with funds whose strategies include: private equity, sector-specific and general buyout, real estate, energy, agriculture, growth equity, opportunistic credit/special situations/distressed, event driven, long/short equity, midstream and MLPs, and emerging markets equity. Partnering with a select number of the highest-quality fund managers, Eaton Partners has represented some of the most innovative funds of the last three decades. With extensive institutional relationships, deep sector knowledge, and fresh insights, Eaton Partners is dedicated to every client's success.
Eaton Partners, LLC, is a Registered Broker-Dealer and a member of FINRA and is also registered as an Introducing Broker with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and member of the National Futures Association (NFA). Eaton Partners (UK) LLP is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Eaton Partners Advisors (HK) Limited is approved as a Type 1 License company under the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) in Hong Kong. Eaton Partners and the Eaton partners logo are trademarks of Eaton Partners, LLC, a limited liability company ® Eaton Partners, LLC, 2016. To learn more, please visit www.eatonpartnersllc.com.
In January 2016, Eaton Partners became a wholly owned subsidiary and affiliate of Stifel Financial Corporation, a leading middle-market investment bank, to further ensure Eaton's success at the highest level of the global placement business.
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