A&G Realty Partners — The Melville, N.Y., commercial real estate adviser and investment group named Mike Matlat (pictured) senior managing director. Previously a managing director at DJM Realty, Matlat is expected to help broaden A&G’s expertise outside of its core retail focus and into additional sectors, including hospitality. Prior to his time at DJM, Matlat worked for Keen Realty.


Clayton Dubilier & Rice (CD&R)  – Lewis Hay joined the New York private equity firm as an operating adviser. He is slated to take on the role in January 2014. Hay is the former president and CEO of NextEra Energy Inc. (NYSE: NEE). Hay is expected to assist the firm in sourcing deals, evaluating investment opportunities and advising portfolio companies.


K&L Gates LLP — The Irvine, Calif.-based office of the law firm hired David Lee as a partner. Lee, who specializes in securities regulation, corporate governance and general corporate matters, joins K&L Gates from Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP. Before that, he served with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as special counsel.


TA Associates — The Boston private equity firm added Tony Marsh as director of capital markets, a newly created role that will place him in charge of overseeing the firm’s relationships with corporate finance providers. Marsh joins TA from Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC where, as a director, he advised clients on M&A matters. Previously, he was a controller at Greensboro, N.C.-based Mack Trucks Inc.


Waud Capital Partners — The Chicago private equity firm brought in Katie Lyndon (pictured) as director of marketing and investor relations. In this position, Lyndon will oversee the firm’s business development initiatives related to deal flow generation and capital-raising. Prior to joining Waud Captial, she worked as a principal for investment firm Westwind Investors in Incline Village, Nev.

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