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Mahmoud Atalla is a Managing Director within the Private Equity team at Gulf Capital.
He has over 16 years of alternative assets investment experience with a focus on investing in growth capital, leveraged buyout and special situations investments, as well as credit and real estate, globally.
He joined Gulf Capital in 2016 from HSBC where he was Managing Director, Head of UK Private Equity, focusing on leading management buyouts in the UK and Europe, and Global Co-Head of Special Situations, with responsibility for the firm’s distressed debt and loan trading business globally.
He started his private equity career as an Investment Manager at Montagu Private Equity, working across the firm’s Technology, Growth Capital and Mid-market buyout funds, and was also involved in launching the firm’s business in the GCC. He was a founding board member of the UK’s GBP3bn Business Growth Fund focused on investing in and lending to SMEs in the UK.
Mahmoud has a Masters’ Degree in Politics of the World Economy from the London School of Economics and a Bachelors’ Degree in Economics and Politics from Bristol University. He was a founding member of HRH Prince of Wales’ Mosaic mentoring initiative and a member of the Young Arab Leaders.
Tony runs the M&A, ECM and Corporate Advisory practices at ADIB, where he is focused on building market-leading investment banking capabilities to complement the bank’s existing strengths and track record in product innovation, Islamic syndications & DCM, corporate, retail and private banking.
Tony has 16 years of investment banking and asset management experience in the MENA region, including with blue-chip names Lehman Brothers, the D. E. Shaw group, and Samba Financial Group.
Throughout his career, Tony advised a number of high-profile clients on landmark transactions, including Etisalat, Orbit (on merger with Showtime), Kingdom Holding, Turkcell, ADIB, Oldendorff, and Emirates Bank (merger with NBD).
Philip is responsible for the product, sales and marketing strategy of Intralinks’ Strategic Financials business. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School, City, University of London. Prior to joining Intralinks in 2010, he worked for 17 years as an M&A investment banker and in management consulting. He began his career at Deloitte in London in the financial services practice and then worked at NatWest Markets Corporate Finance, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein and in corporate development for The Rank Group Plc, as well as founding an M&A consulting firm. Philip holds postgraduate degrees in Finance and Computer Science and a BA in Linguistics, from the University of London.