Alan Weinfeld, a partner with anchor investment-focused Gatewood Capital, left the firm late last year and joined Invesco’s private capital group.
Weinfeld has updated his LinkedIn profile with the new role. He joined Invesco Private Capital as a partner in January, his profile said. He’ll work with emerging private equity and early-stage venture firms.
Invesco Private Capital has committed more than $4.5 billion to more than 900 private equity and venture capital partnerships. The group has more than 280 general partner relationships.
One of the group’s big clients is California State Teachers’ Retirement System. Invesco Private Capital runs emerging manager-focused separate accounts for the system. In 2017, CalSTRS allocated $250 million to Invesco’s New & Next Generation IV, which generally commits to firms raising their first three funds.
Weinfeld worked at Gatewood from 2015 to last year. He worked as a managing director and head of business development at GoldPoint Partners from 2010 to 2015, before which he worked for 13 years at Franklin Templeton Investments.
Gatewood closed its first fund in 2017 on more than $220 million, beating its $150 million target. The firm focuses on helping launch new GPs, anchoring new GPs with first-close commitments and back-office support.
No one from Invesco or Gatewood returned requests for comment Friday.
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