Miura appoints Jordi Alegre as managing partner and Fernando Clúa as partner
Spanish private equity firm Miura Private Equity has appointed Jordi Alegre as managing partner and Fernando Clúa as a partner.
Jordi Alegre (top) and Fernando Clúa
Alegre, who has been with Miura since its inception in 2007 after joining from Mercapital, was promoted to partner in 2014.
Clúa joined Miura in 2015 and, since then, has been particularly active in sectors such as agribusiness, industrials and business services. He previously worked at Advent International in their London and Madrid offices.
Luis Seguí, Miura CEO and founding partner said: “We congratulate both Jordi and Fernando for their well-deserved promotions and are glad to see our partnership reinforced. In an organization where talent is our most valuable asset, we are proud to see how our team members grow and develop successful careers.”
In 2019, Miura closed its Miura Frutas Fund, the largest agribusiness fund in Europe with a size of €360 million. In 2018, it closed Miura Fund III, its third buy-out and growth fund of €330 million.
The firm has €1 billion of assets under management.
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