Evercore announced today that Dimitrios Georgiou has joined the Firm’s Investment Banking business as a Senior Managing Director. Mr. Georgiou will be based in London and will focus on advising clients on M&A and capital-raising assignments in the Industrials and Services sectors.
Mr. Georgiou was most recently a Managing Director at RBC in London, where he was Head of Industrials and Services, before which he had been Co-Head of European Industrials and Global Head of Services at Citigroup. With 27 years of corporate and investment banking experience focused on the Capital Goods, Building Products, Construction and Services sectors, he has advised on a number of notable transactions for a range of corporate and financial sponsor clients, including Danfoss, IMI, Skoda Holding, Sulzer, GE, AMEC, Balfour Beatty, Hochtief, Skanska, Vinci, Holcim, Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey, Bain, Carlyle, CDR, Cinven, EQT, Investcorp, KKR, PAI and TDR.
Ralph Schlosstein, Evercore’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are delighted to be expanding our coverage of the industrials and services sectors with the addition of Dimi. He has a reputation as a highly regarded and trusted strategic and financial advisor and he will be a strong addition to our growing European business.”
Andrew Sibbald, Chief Executive of European Investment Banking at Evercore, commented, “With his broad international network and his strong reputation for providing high quality, independent advice, Dimi is an excellent fit for our business. In addition to providing strategic and M&A advisory services, he will work closely with our Debt and Equity Advisory teams in relation to potential capital raising initiatives.”
Dimi Georgiou commented, “I have been impressed by the strength and success of Evercore and its business model of developing long-term client relationships and providing superior and independent advice. I am privileged to have the opportunity to join them and look forward to developing the Industrials franchise in Europe and partnering globally.”
Mr. Georgiou has a Bachelor of Accountancy with First Class Honours from The University of Glasgow, where he was jointly awarded the Arthur Young Medal for most distinguished student. He was admitted as a Chartered Accountant in 1991 and is a Member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland.