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We are pleased with the favorable reception to Warburg Pincus XII," said Charles R.
Frederick Warburg Peters, president of Warburg Really, toasted Greenbaum and other agents and staff members at a holiday party held at the Doubles Club inside the Sherry Netherland Hotel.
Simon Eyers commented, "I am delighted to join Warburg Pincus, which has an excellent track record of energy investing.
The decision by Warburg to bail out of its investment in Mann reflects the brutally competitive nature of the exhibition industry.
34) Warburg had idealized the Renaissance and praised it as a liberating moment in the history of the West, but his work was marked by the careful tracing of the inroads of antiquity into the modern world.
Christoph Neizert, Managing Director of Warburg Pincus in Germany, stated: "Our in-depth expertise in the financial and business services sector was key to position Warburg Pincus as the company's preferred partner.
Kaye, Co-Chief Executive of Warburg Pincus, said, "Warburg Pincus has always valued clearly aligned interests -- within our general partnership, with our limited partners who invest in our funds and with the management teams of the companies in which we invest.
This is an exciting time for Warburg as the partnership continues to grow and evolve in this dynamic market, with its newest storefront office in the Village, as well as the overwhelming success of its TriBeCa, Harlem and Real Property offices.
Cary Davis joined Warburg Pincus in 1994 and is responsible for investments in the financial technology and software sectors.
In addition to E&P, Warburg Pincus Energy will also pursue opportunities in the midstream, oilfield services, mining and power sectors around the world.