GPI Capital Appoints Philip Lo as Head of Investor Relations
New York, February 12, 2020 – GPI Capital (“GPI”), a leading alternative investment firm focused on non-control investing in growth-oriented technology, consumer and industrial companies, announced that Philip Lo has joined as Managing Director, Investor Relations and Business Development. In his role, Mr. Lo will lead the firm’s capital raising function and manage relationships with new and existing limited partners.
Mr. Lo was most recently a Managing Director, Investor Relations, at Siris Capital, where he was part of the original team and led the firm’s capital raising efforts. During his tenure, he helped raise three platform funds of increasing size, with aggregate commitments of fund and co-investment capital of over $9 billion. His firsthand experience at growing a leading technology-oriented private equity firm is a natural fit for GPI.
Bill Royan, Managing Partner, commented "Philip has a tremendous wealth of experience across all aspects of the alternatives business and we are delighted to welcome him to the GPI family. He brings deep relationships with limited partners across the globe and his entrepreneurial drive squarely fits our culture as we continue to invest in talent and position the firm for further growth."
Mr. Lo brings over 12 years of alternative investment expertise to GPI. He started his career in investment banking with Deutsche Bank Securities and Houlihan Lokey. Mr. Lo holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Georgetown University.
About GPI Capital
GPI Capital is a leading alternative investment firm that provides strategic capital and partners with growth-oriented technology, consumer and industrial companies, primarily in North America and Western Europe. GPI is focused on making non-control structured and growth equity investments targeting $50 million to $300 million per transaction. GPI serves as a value-add partner and its customized capital solutions enable portfolio companies to fund transformational growth, including M&A and shareholder transitions.