Our senior team have an average of 25+ years’ experience in the industry and offer a truly global solution for your capital raising requirements.
Founder and Managing Partner
Tim has over 25 years’ experience in marketing private credit, distressed, private equity, venture capital, special situations and other alternative strategies in Europe and the United States.
Prior to Keel Harbour, Tim was Managing Director and Head of Europe at Forbes Private Capital.
Tim was previously Managing Director and Head of European Sales at Aladdin Capital Management, a credit asset manager whose assets reached $18 billion during Tim’s employment, where he was responsible for building the European asset management, broker dealer, and managed account businesses.
Tim was also a Director at Cheyne Capital where he was instrumental in founding Cheyne's non-ABS credit businesses and spent seven years at Goldman Sachs International, where he founded the credit dealer desk.
Before Goldman Sachs, Tim was a founding member of the illiquid credit group at CEDEF Assets.
Tim received a BA in History from Yale University.
Martin advises Keel Harbour on our European Sales Operations. Prior to this he was at Terra Firma, which he joined in 2017, as the firm's Investor Relations Director responsible for Europe.
Prior to joining Terra Firma, Martin had a successful 25-year career in investment banking. Most recently, he was Head of European Flow Fixed Income Sales at Nomura and a member of its Global Credit Business, Global Rates Business and EMEA Global Markets Executive Committees. Martin previously held senior sales management roles in the public debt markets as European Head of Credit Sales at both Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Bank. He began his career at Morgan Stanley, where he spent 12 years in a variety of finance roles.
Martin holds a Master of Arts degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from St Edmund Hall, Oxford University.
Following 30 years of experience in fixed income sales and management, Allen is currently an independent investor primarily focussed on US Private Equity and Real Estate funds. He has also been a senior advisor to a number of start-up investment funds in Europe focussing on real estate and credit investments. Before becoming independent, Allen was most recently Head of European Financial Institution Sales at BNP Paribas, having previously been the European head of Fixed Income Sales at Royal Bank of Scotland.
Allen began his career at Goldman Sachs where he spent 17 years and held sales or sales management roles, including co- heading a multi-product solutions team covering European banks and co-heading emerging markets in London and New York.
Allen has an MBA from Stanford University and attended Dartmouth College.
Peter worked previously as Managing Director at the Presidio Group in San Francisco and as a Managing Director at Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company (PAAMCO) in Newport Beach.
He was Chief Investment Officer at the University of Chicago from 2005-2009, and a managing director at the Princeton University endowment from 2000-2005. Prior to Princeton University Peter worked as a trader and an analyst at a variety of financial services firms.
He received an A.B. in mathematics from Brown University and is a CFA Charter holder. He is a member of the investment committees of The Annenberg Foundation and the Rhode Island School of Design.
Ray has over 2 decades of experience in fundraising, principal investment and capital raising across private equity, private credit, and real assets. He has also worked extensively in structured finance, renewable energy/energy storage/ESG, transportation, telecom, water/wastewater and social infrastructure.
Mr. Albright was a senior advisor at AMP Capital where he led the development of bespoke feeders and sourced mezzanine investment opportunities. He also led Global Environment Fund’s Clean Infrastructure Fund, advised New York Green Bank, and led CamberLink/Syncora’s infrastructure debt fund. Ray was a founding Principal of The Carlyle Group’s $1.12 billion Infrastructure Fund. Prior to Carlyle, he was head of structured finance syndicate and private placements at Citigroup, and a Senior Portfolio Manager at TIAA-CREF/Nuveen focused on sourcing, structuring and executing private credit, ABS, mezzanine and project finance investments. Mr. Albright has financed and invested in excess of $25 billion of capital on a global basis.
Mr. Albright earned an MBA from The Wharton School and an AB from Duke University. He holds Series 7 and 63.
Managing Director, Sales, Northern & Central Europe
Claes has 30 years of financial markets and sales experience, during which time he has built and run a number of successful sales platforms focused on Northern and Central European clients.
Prior to working with Keel Harbour, Claes founded Arban Group, a fundraising platform focused on alternative investments. Clients included insurance companies, pension funds, asset managers and family offices across Germany, Austria, Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Claes previously worked at Silvia Quandt & Cie, where he was a Managing Director, with responsibility for the German and Scandinavian institutional and family office investors.
Prior to this, Claes was a consultant at Aladdin Capital Management, where he raised capital for in-house products. Claes began his career at Salomon Brothers, and spent time at Citibank, Lehman Brothers and UBS before being CEO and Founding Partner of Smith Jessen International.
He holds a degree in Business Administration from the European Business School.
Raj has varied investment and advisory experience within finance, private equity, and real estate. He focuses on investor coverage and distribution efforts across the US and Europe.
Previously, he served as a member of Lone Star Fund's real estate acquisitions and underwriting team in New York and London, deploying capital in a range of US and European distressed debt investments. As part of PwC Advisory, he worked with investment banks on regulatory risk and restructuring efforts to meet emerging legislation requirements, FinTech products, and business development in new markets. He started his career as part of Deutsche Bank's healthcare M&A team and Penn Capital's investment research team.
Raj earned his Bachelors degree from Rutgers College, and holds a Masters degree in Finance from Cambridge University.
Lauren brings over 13 years of experience from Opal Group in New York City where as Sr. Vice-President of Business Development she built strategic partnerships for the firm’s family office and pension investment conferences business. During that time she developed extensive, long-standing relationships with managers, HNWI’s, family offices, pension funds and other institutions throughout the United States and elsewhere.
Lauren received her Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Albany.
Angela Enzo has a primary focus on accounts based in France, Spain and Italy.
Prior to Keel Harbour, Angela worked at Connexion Capital, a boutique advisor to institutional investors on investments in hedge funds and private equity funds. Angela previously worked at RiverRock European Capital Partners, an alternative asset manager founded by Dr. Roland Berger and specialized in private strategies, where she covered pan-European institutional sales. She started her career at Tyndaris LLP, a London based hedge fund, and focused on project management and fundraising opportunities. Angela holds a degree in Theoretical Philosophy from Università degli Studi di Milano.
Michael is a Partner at The Versant Group, a real estate focused asset management platform that invests in investment management platforms and other related businesses.
Prior to joining Versant in 2017, Michael served as a Managing Director of Fortress Investment Group, LLC., a firm he joined in 2009 having previously spent 10 years with Deutsche Bank where he was most recently a Managing Director in the Institutional Client Group with responsibility for the Bank’s largest North American clients.
Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 1999, Michael served as C0-Head of Mortgage Backed Securities Trading at Lehman Brothers where he started his career in 1986.
Michael graduated from St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge University with an undergraduate degree in Engineering Science and a postgraduate diploma in Computer Science.
Mr. Bobo has over 25 years of experience in fund raising, investing, real estate development, sales, and marketing. He is responsible for raising investment funds and identifying real estate investment opportunities in the US and abroad for Keel Harbour Capital.
Mr. Bobo is the Founder and CEO of Outlook Capital, LLC, responsible for raising investment funds and identifying opportunistic real estate investment opportunities. Prior to founding Outlook Capital, he was the COO of YOO USA, an international real estate design and investment firm. Previously, Mr. Bobo was an SVP and partner at the Taubman Family Office / Athena Group, in New York, at ST Group in Moscow, and LaSalle Partners in Washington DC, where he was responsible for repositioning office projects owned by PSERS and CALPERS.
Mr. Bobo has a BA from Hampden-Sydney College and is a licensed real estate broker in the states of New York and Florida.
Ramon is Founder and CEO of IGI Services. IGI Services operates as a placement agent, and represents foreign asset managers in Israel. The vast networking connections, and the years of experience in the Israeli capital markets, allow IGI's team to provide foreign asset managers, a one stop full service shop, in raising capital in the Israeli institutional market, as well as the private market through family offices and HNWI.
Prior to founding IGI, Ramon was Head of Real Estate Analysis at Leader Capital Markets in Tel Aviv, where he was also highly involved in the private equity and investment banking real estate transactions. Ramon has also been Head of Real Estate Investments at Nutrimenta Finance and Investments, as well as establishing the OCIF office in Bucharest, Romania. OCIF is a publicly listed real estate company in Israel.
Ramon holds an MBA from Tel Aviv University and a BA in Economics and Accounting. He started his career in the Corporate Finance team at KPMG.
Patrick is currently CEO of Fair Value Capital, an asset and capital sourcing company focusing primarily on FinTech, hotels, property and hard assets.
Prior to founding Fair Value Capital, Patrick was responsible for alternative credit investments including structured credit, commercial and residential mortgage related debt and distressed debt at Schroders.
Before this Patrick co-managed Pioneer CB Arbitrage hedge Fund, co-founded Credit Market Analysis (later sold to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange), and served as a Vice President in Merrill Lynch's EMEA group where he ran a proprietary trading business in structured credit.
Patrick read Classics at the University of Oxford.
Peter has more than 25 years senior management and entrepreneurial experience in the financial markets. He joined what is now TP-ICAP PLC in 1990 and over the next 20 years played a central role in its growth from a business with 17 staff to a major UK PLC.
In addition to his general leadership role as a member of the board of the ICAP holding company, he founded and oversaw the growth of Icap Securities, Exotix Ltd ( the leading frontier emerging markets boutique),Icap Aviation and alongside establishing the market leading ICAP graduation programme.
Peter has a variety of commercial interests in biotech and fund management. His main day to day activities are focussed on being a Group Director of Wilton, a medium - large professional services group based in Mayfair. Peter's core skill and experience is in the identification of new market opportunities and the development and oversight of optimal structured services to address the needs of both providers and recipients of investment.
Senior Advisor, London
Michael has over 25 years of senior level investment banking experience, most of which has been focused on global private equity, leveraged finance/high yield bonds, mergers and acquisitions and debt/equity capital markets.
Michael spent the last few years at Panmure Gordon where we ran Global Private Capital Solutions as part of the transformational senior management team put in place concurrent with the acquisition by Atlas Merchant Capital and Qinvest.
Formerly, Michael held senior level positions at several major financial institutions, these included; Managing Director at Marsh & McClennan Companies Inc. (MMC) in New York and London, where he was Head of the Global Telecoms, Media & Technology Industry Practice and an executive member of their Private Equity/M&A Practice (PEMA); ING Barings Limited in London as Managing Director and Head of Global Telecoms, Media & Technology Investment Banking and member of the European Management Committee and Investment Committee for their Client Investment Fund; and over ten years as a Managing Director in Investment Banking at Bear Stearns in both New York and London. At Bear, his positions included Managing Director-Structured Debt Capital Markets Group, Head of Canadian Investment Banking and Head of European Telecoms, Technology and New Media Group. Michael started his career at Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan) in the North American Corporate Banking Division.
Michael received a BA from Boston College and is an American National from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Michael is registered with the UK Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom and with FINRA in the US to work with clients globally.
Dan brings over 20 years operational management, corporate development, and technology private equity experience to the Keel Harbour team.
Prior to Keel Harbour, Dan was Principal Managing Consultant at Fintech Advisors Limited, a London-based management consultancy working with start-up founders in the financial services industry, developing capital raising strategies.
Previously, Dan held senior corporate development and management consultancy roles in the Technology, Media and Telecoms (TMT) industry at Motorola, Mirror Group Newspapers, and Hutchison Telecom.
Dan has an MBA from the Said Business School at University of Oxford.
Prior to joining Keel Harbour Brian was executive director at the Florida Alternative Investment Assn, a non profit dedicated to establishing Florida as a leading center for alternative asset managers, and at Alexander Alternative Capital in Miami, where he was responsible for developing all marketing collateral for the firms products.
Before Alexander he was a Sr Analyst at Ramius, the global hedge fund, and part of Cowen Investment Management, where he performed ongoing research of the competitive landscape of alt funds, managed investor subscriptions and redemptions, and maintained records of >$13bn in client balances across Ramius’ alt product spectrum.
Previously Brian was an analyst at Lyxor, part of Societe Generale, and at Permal, part of Legg Mason.
Brian has a BA in Political science from Coumbia University in New York, where he was an NCAA division varsity baseball pitcher.