Karamvir Gosal has rejoined New York-based Jefferies Putnam Lovell, the investment banking group of Jefferies & Company, Inc as Managing Direct
Karamvir Gosal has rejoined New York-based Jefferies Putnam Lovell, the investment banking group of Jefferies & Company, Inc as Managing Director.
Gosal, 35, returned to New York-based Jefferies Putnam Lovell on 25 August, after more than a year at Credit Suisse Group, where he served as a Director in that firm’s investment banking Financial Institutions Group. While at Credit Suisse, Gosal advised on several transactions in the alternative asset management space, and on the sale of American Beacon Advisors to Lighthouse Holdings.
Previously, Gosal worked at Jefferies Putnam Lovell’s predecessor organization from 2000 through June 2007, as an Associate, Vice President, and Director. While at Putnam Lovell, Gosal advised on transactions such as: Piper Jaffray in its acquisition of Fiduciary Asset Management; Deutsche Bank in its sale of certain regional offices of Scudder Private Investment Counsel to Legg Mason and Eaton Vance; and the sale of Evaluation Associates Capital Markets to Mellon Financial. Before Putnam Lovell, Mr. Gosal worked at Barra Strategic Consulting Group.
”We’re delighted Karamvir Gosal has joined Jefferies Putnam Lovell,” said Chris Kanoff, co-Head of Investment Banking at Jefferies. ”He is an experienced banker who adds more depth to our successful Jefferies Putnam Lovell industry group, which is a proven leader in advising global clients on transactions involving traditional and alternative asset managers.”