Graham Carberry becomes a Partner in Livingstone’s Industrial sector team.
Livingstone is delighted to announce that Graham Carberry has become a Partner in the London team with effect from 1 April 2016.
Graham has been with Livingstone for 11 years and has played an important role in developing the firm’s Industrial sector team, focusing on Engineered Products, Print & Packaging and Defence & Security.
Patrick Groarke, Partner at Livingstone London and head of the Industrial sector team, commented: “Graham has made a major contribution to the ongoing success of our Industrial team and has a large and growing client base that looks to him for his counsel and support.”
Jeremy Furniss, Partner at Livingstone London added: “Graham is a great example of Livingstone’s commitment to recruiting exceptional young talent, providing them with the exposure to great clients and projects and promoting them up through the organisation. We are delighted to welcome him as a Partner.”
Graham’s recent transaction track record includes the March 2016 growth capital raise for automotive assemblies provider Paintbox with BGF, the December 2015 sale of Westway Services to ABM and the September 2015 sale of Coryton Advanced Fuels to Lyceum Capital.
Graham added: “I’m delighted to be joining a partnership whose members I have learnt from and respect and progressing within a firm for which we are all hugely ambitious. Livingstone is expanding globally and in the UK so there could not be a more exciting time to be taking this step.”
Prior to joining Livingstone in 2003, Graham worked at KPMG Corporate Finance.