Lone Star’s Beevers succeeds Loughlin as North America president

  • With Lone Star since 2011; had been JP Morgan investment banker
  • President Sam Loughlin is leaving the firm
  • Responsible for real estate and PE investments in U.S., Canada

Lone Star Funds announced the appointment of Nick Beevers as president for North America, succeeding Sam Loughlin.

Loughlin is leaving the private equity firm. A spokesperson declined comment on the reason for his departure. He joined Hudson Advisors, an asset management company affiliated with Lone Star, in 2008.

Beevers’s most recent role was executive vice president and chief of staff to Lone’s Star’s global president, André Collin. In that capacity, he was “involved in nearly every aspect of the firm’s strategy, investments, and operations,” Lone Star said in a statement.

Beevers has been with the firm since 2011, originally as global head of investor relations and fundraising. He joined from JP Morgan, where he spent eight years as an investment banker in New York and London, focusing on equity capital market transactions.

In his new role, Beevers will be responsible for directing origination and liquidations throughout the United States and Canada, for both real estate and private equity investments.

In addition to Collin, the firm is led by Chairman John Grayken.

Last year, Lone Star closed its 10th flagship fund on $5.6 billion, as well as its fifth real estate fund on $5.8 billion.
Action Item: Nick Beevers’s profile: www.lonestarfunds.com/about-us/team/nick-beevers/
Nick Beevers of Lone Star Funds. Photo courtesy of the firm.