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Carlyle makes leadership changes across divisions

Carlyle Group LP promoted 60 professionals to senior positions, including five to partner and 22 to managing director.

The named partners in New York are Matthew Savino, within the alternative asset manager's global capital markets division; Rich Dunne at AlpInvest; and Sarah Schwarzschild in the firm's metropolitan real estate division. Norma Kuntz was appointed partner in Carlyle's fund management division and will be based in Washington, while Ling Yang was named partner for Asia buyouts and will be based in Shanghai.

Candice Szu, Akhil Bansal and Louise Dumican were promoted to managing director for global partners, global credit management and global legal investments, respectively, and will all be based in New York. Sid Murdeshwar, Joseph O'Connor and Philip Viergutz were made managing directors at AlpInvest and will all be based in New York.

The appointed managing directors in Washington are Dayne Baird and Wesley Bieligk for the U.S. buyout division, Kevin Gasque in the fund management division and Jackie Roberts for global sustainability. Stuart Page was promoted to managing director for energy credit, based in Houston.

Le Guan and Dennis Wang were both appointed Asia buyout managing directors, while Massimiliano Caraffa, Benjamin Deshayes, Shaun Mercer, Filippo Penatti and Fraser Robson were named Europe buyout managing directors across Europe. In London, the named managing directors were Matthew Cottrell, Jennifer Barker and Chris Scott, with a focus on compliance, human capital and global capital markets, respectively.

Carlyle also promoted 33 of its employees worldwide to principal or director.