Livingstone Announces Promotions Across the Globe

Livingstone’s Chicago office is pleased to announce the promotion of three tenured professionals: Robert Tymowski to Director, Mark Carl to Associate Director, and Nathan Pastron to Associate.

Tymowski joined Livingstone in 2013 from RW Baird & Co. and has been actively involved in the firm’s M&A advisory practice, with a particular focus on the Industrial sector. He has advised on a wide range of transactions including the recent sale of PAR Excellence to Northland Capital Partners, the sale of Commercial Cleaning Systems to Silver Oak Services Partners, and a corporate divestiture for Landauer, Inc. to Lagercrantz Group.

Carl joined Livingstone as an Intern and became a full-time analyst in 2010. He has been an integral part of the execution teams of multiple M&A and debt advisory transactions across many of the firm’s sectors, including the recent acquisition financing of TriEnda Holdings by JPMorgan and White Oak Global Advisors, the sale of Inland Waste Solutions to Falcon Investment Advisors, and the recapitalization of DuvaSawko by Ancor Capital Partners.

Pastron joined Livingstone in 2014 as an Analyst after graduating from Indiana University and has been responsible for research, modeling and financial analysis in many of the firm’s recent transactions across all sectors.

David Sulaski, Managing Partner at Livingstone, commented: “Rob, Mark and Nate have demonstrated remarkable commitment to our clients and have played important roles in the execution of some of our most recent transactions. We are pleased to recognize their performance with these promotions and are confident they will continue to make a meaningful impact across the firm.”

Livingstone’s global team continues to advance.  In London, Alex John became a Partner after 10 years of service, while Karen Dawaf Harron and Nick Field were promoted to Director, and Ian Guilfoyle to Associate Director. In Düsseldorf, Frederik Schreurs was promoted to Associate, while our Stockholm office promoted Christopher Fägerskiöld to Partner and Philip Golbraikh to Associate.

”All of these professionals have made significant contributions to Livingstone across their respective markets and sectors, and are proof of the firm’s commitment to recruiting and retaining exceptional talent as we continue to deliver outstanding results for our clients,” added Sulaski.

Livingstone has 100 professionals across offices in Beijing, Chicago, Düsseldorf, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, and Stockholm. In 2016, the firm successfully closed 70 transactions around the world.

 


Share this page

Key Contacts

STAY UP TO DATE WITH OUR Newsletter