Stafford Capital Partners announces new appointments

December, 2015

Stafford Capital Partners (“Stafford”) announces the appointment of Stefan den Doelder (Venture Partner, Sustainable Capital), Craig White (Investment Manager, Private Equity), Stacey Mansworth (Marketing Manager) and Iain Elgin (Investment Analyst, Timberland).

The second half of 2015 has seen a number of notable hires for Stafford including Stefan den Doelder as Venture Partner, Sustainable Capital. Stefan is responsible for business development and fund raising for Stafford Sustainable Capital and for sourcing and due diligence of sustainable investments. Prior to joining Stafford he was the founder of 3P Capital Advisors, an investment advisory boutique focused on the cleantech and resource efficiency sector. Stefan has extensive experience in developing and managing clean tech and responsible private equity fund of funds. Whilst working at RobecoSAM Private Equity he was involved in raising and investing over USD 1 billion in clean tech assets, with specific responsibility for global investments into clean tech funds.

In September Craig White & Stacey Mansworth joined the firm. Craig has joined as an Investment Manager in the Private Equity business, focusing on relationship management, sourcing, due diligence and negotiation for private credit and deep value investments. He was previously Private Equity Portfolio Manager for Employees Retirement System of Texas which has over $5 billion committed to private equity, secondary funds and co-investments. Stacey joined the London office as Marketing Manager. She has 10 years private equity experience and will provide global marketing support to the Stafford team.

Finally we are pleased to announce the appointment of Iain Elgin as Investment Analyst, Timberland. Iain joins our London Timberland team in a new role assisting with the management and communications across Stafford’s investor group. Iain has a science undergraduate degree and a business postgraduate degree from the Cass Business School in London. He has previously worked in Australia for global realtor CBRE, as an analyst and assistant valuer of rural lands, and for AAG Investment Management, an Australian agriculture funds manager, as a research analyst.