- Daniel will join the Nordics team, led by Jonas Bauréus and Sebastian Hougaard, comprising 10 professionals who have advised on more than 40 transactions with a total value of over €7 billion in the past four years
- His appointment marks another important step in the expansion of Alantra’s global tech investment banking team, composed of 50 specialized professionals worldwide who have advised on c.150 transactions worth more than €14.5 billion in the past four years
Alantra, the global investment banking firm and asset management specialist, has strengthened its global tech investment banking capabilities in the Nordics with the appointment of Daniel Lilliehöök as a Partner based in Stockholm.
Daniel has more than 18 years’ experience in Corporate Finance and Growth Capital Advisory in the Nordic region, with a special focus on Nordic PEs and Corporates. He has extensive experience in both private and public M&A, LBOs, ECM, and capital raisings. Before joining Alantra, Daniel worked at GP Bullhound and, prior to that, spent more than 15 years at Nordea Corporate Finance.
The Alantra team in the Nordics is led by Jonas Bauréus and Sebastian Hougaard and has signed more than 40 transactions with a total value of over €7 billion in the past four years. This includes Alantra advising Technogym on the sale of Exerp to Clubessential Holdings, ICG on the acquisition of Iver, Husqvarna Group on the acquisition of Orbit, and, most recently, Accent Equity on the sale of Oral Care to Axcel.
Daniel Lilliehöök, Partner at Alantra, said: “I am very excited to be joining the team and look forward to strengthening Alantra’s Investment Banking capabilities in the Nordics and leveraging Alantra’s excellent and growing global platform.”
Jonas Bauréus, Managing Partner at Alantra in Stockholm, said: “We are delighted to welcome Daniel during a period of growth in our Investment Banking division. We are confident his expertise and experience will be a valuable addition to our team and will play a key role in achieving our growth ambitions in the region.”