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Alcentra appoints non-exec board members

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Sub-investment grade corporate credit specialist Alcentra Limited, part of BNY Mellon, has appointed Andrew Golding and Amir Eilon as non-executive board members.

Based in London, Golding and Eilon will join existing board members David Forbes-Nixon, Robert Bennett, James Algar and Greg Brisk.
 
Prior to their current roles, Golding was a founding partner of debt boutique Spire from 2012 to 2014. He also worked for seven years at 3i where roles included banking partner and managing director of debt management.
 
Eilon has over 20 years of experience as an investment banker working at Credit Suisse First Boston Private Equity, BZW and Morgan Stanley. Most recently he set up Eilon and Associates, a corporate finance advisory boutique investment bank.
 
David Forbes-Nixon, chairman and chief executive officer of Alcentra Limited, says: “We have seen significant growth in our business over the last five years and felt it was time to strengthen the board and give us greater governance over decisions and processes. We feel Andrew and Amir will complement the existing board and bring the knowledge and experience needed for future growth.”

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