Intermediate Capital Group (“ICG”), the global alternative asset manager, today announced the appointment of Kinji Adachi as Managing Director, Head of Japan for its Subordinated Debt and Equity strategies.
Kinji brings over 15 years of Private Equity experience, having most recently served as a Director at Marunouchi Capital, a Japanese buyout firm founded by Mitsubishi Corporation and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group. Prior to this, Kinji spent over ten years at Baring Private Equity Asia, where he was successful in establishing the firm’s presence in the region. Kinji originally trained as a corporate lawyer and holds an LLM from Columbia Law School and an MBA from INSEAD.
Kinji will be based in ICG’s Tokyo office and will be responsible for investment origination, investment execution and portfolio company support.
Wookseok Jun, Head of Asia Pacific, Subordinated Debt and Equity, commented:
We are delighted to welcome Kinji to the team as we continue to strengthen our Japanese presence. Kinji’s unrivalled expertise and track record will prove invaluable as we seek attractive investment opportunities in the region.
Kinji Adachi, Head of Japan, Subordinated Debt and Equity, added:
ICG has an outstanding track-record in Asia, and I am delighted to joining at such an exciting time for the firm. I hope to support and work in partnership with Japanese corporations and business owners to achieve sustained growth, leveraging ICG’s strong global franchise and deep expertise including within ESG.
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About Intermediate Capital Group (ICG)
ICG provides flexible capital solutions to help companies develop and grow. We are a leading global alternative asset manager with over 30 years’ history, managing $71bn of assets and investing across the capital structure. We operate across four asset classes: Structured and Private Equity, Private Debt, Real Assets, and Credit.
We develop long-term relationships with our business partners to deliver value for shareholders, clients and employees, and use our position of influence to benefit the environment and society. We are committed to being a net zero asset manager across our operations and relevant investments by 2040.