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Warburg Pincus poaches more fundraisers from Blackstone

March 13, 2015, 4:20 PM UTC
Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman and CFO Laurence Tosi Attend Opening of Singapore Office
The logo for Blackstone Group LP is displayed during the opening of the company's new office in Singapore, on Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. Blackstone, the world's biggest manager of alternative assets such as private equity and real estate, last week reported that third-quarter profit rose 3 percent as gains in property holdings offset a decline in its buyout unit. Photographer: Munshi Ahmed/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Photograph by Munshi Ahmed — Bloomberg via Getty Images

Last November we reported that Jonas Agesand had stepped down as a London-based managing director of investor relations with The Blackstone Group, in order to take a similar position with rival private equity firm Warburg Pincus. Now comes word that he wasn’t the only Blackstone fundraising professional to make the switch.

Both Faisal Jamil and Owen Boger also have left Blackstone for Warburg Pincus, Fortune has learned. The moves occurred in December, but were not publicly announced. Boger remains on Blackstone’s website and has not yet updated his LinkedIn profile.

Jamil’s new title with Warburg Pincus is principal of fundraising and investor relations, after having spent more than four years with Park Hill Group, Blackstone’s fund placement unit. He previously was with UBS. Boger holds the same title at Warburg Pincus, after having joined Park Hill in 2007 from Lazard.

It’s also worth noting that Elizabeth Yates recently left Park Hill after five years, in order to lead capital markets at Insikt, a white-label loan origination and investing platform based in San Francisco.

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