17Capital has raised $6bn across six successive funds and mandates.
17Capital invests in one strategy via two products preferred equity and NAV loans to top-tier private equity funds, management companies and limited partners across North American and Europe.
$5bn+ has been invested across 64 investments, 17Capital has achieved 34 full exits to date.
The story of 17Capital
Our investor base includes North American and European institutional investors.
Investor Relations Team
Investor Relations Director
Pauline joined 17Capital in 2021 from Lyxor Asset Management. Pauline has a BA in Management and Business Studies from ESC Reims and a Masters in International Business and Management from ICADE in Madrid.
Investor Relations Director
Martin joined 17Capital in 2020 from CVC Credit Partners and was previously at Bluebay Asset Management and HSBC. Martin studied at the University of Maastricht and is a CFA charterholder.
Head of Fundraising & Investor Relations, North America
Daniel Lee joined 17Capital in 2020 from Aethon Energy and was previously at Aquiline Capital Partners. Daniel studied at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY.
Senior Investor Relations Associate
George joined 17Capital in 2017 and studied at Newcastle University.
Investor Relations Vice President
Jason joined 17Capital in 2016 from Canaccord Genuity. Jason studied at the University of Oxford.
Augustin founded 17Capital in 2008, he previously held positions at Deloitte, Duhamel Fine Art, ATKearney & Paribas. Augustin studied at ESCP Europe, Paris IX Dauphine.
Pierre-Antoine de Selancy
Pierre–Antoine founded 17Capital in 2008, he previously held positions at Idinvest Partners, Fondinvest Capital, Coller Capital, Setup Informatique and PAI Partners. Pierre-Antoine studied at EM Lyon ESLSCA.
Feb 23 2021
17Capital, the global go-to source of financing for investors in private equity, is pleased to announce the appointment of Pauline Chatin as Investor Relations and Fund Raising Director. Pauline has 20 years’ experience of financial markets, with a particular focus on hedge funds, structured solutions and private debt. Based in Paris, she will work as part of 17Capital’s investor relations team, managing European investors, with an emphasis on French-speaking countries including France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Luxembourg. Pauline joins from Lyxor Asset Management (part of Société Générale), where she was responsible for selling financial solutions to French institutional accounts. Pauline raised the first significant assets for several of Lyxor’s new strategies including a private debt dedicated fund for one of the largest French state institutions. She also contributed to the creation of their French, Swiss and Luxembourg sales teams, launched Lyxor’s brand into Switzerland and headed the Swiss market. Prior to Lyxor, Pauline was a member of the sales team at hedge fund Finaltis and started her career as a Broker at Arca Patrimoine. Pierre-Antoine de Selancy, Managing Partner at 17Capital, said: “We are pleased to welcome Pauline to 17Capital. Her experience and relationships across Europe will be of great value to us and we look forward to working with her. Her arrival further strengthens 17Capital’s investor relations and fundraising function at a time when we continue to see increasing demand for our products.” Pauline’s appointment follows that of Martin Munte as Investor Relations Director in London in June, and Daniel Lee as Head of Fundraising and Investor Relations (North America) in New York in April.
Feb 16 2021
As part of the BVCA Alternative Fund Strategies Conference Owen James and Pierre Garnier of 17Capital discuss NAV-based portfolio finance, including who uses it and why. They outline the two key products of preferred equity and NAV-based loans, both of which are part of a fast-growing trend towards greater active management of funds and portfolios across the private equity landscape.
Feb 04 2021
This article explains how non-dilutive, highly flexible NAV-based credit can be used for a multitude of purposes, helping GPs to finance growth or liquidity in their portfolios, as well as the expansion of their own organisations. As private equity’s top players increasingly adopt this form of financing, we expect NAV-based credit to become an invaluable and widely used strategic tool. Read the full article here.