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Bridgepoint in the News

04 May 2012

Christian Streiff joins Bridgepoint Advisory Board

European private equity firm Bridgepoint today announced the appointment of Christian Streiff to its Advisory Board.

Mr Streiff was formerly CEO of PSA Peugeot Citroën S.A., Executive Chairman of Airbus SAS and deputy CEO of Saint Gobain. A graduate in civil engineering of the Ecole des Mines in Paris, he is currently a non-executive director of ThyssenKrupp AG, Finmeccanica Spa and Crédit Agricole.

His previous board memberships include Faurecia and Continental AG. Commenting on the appointment, Bridgepoint managing partner William Jackson said: "Christian is one of the leading European industrialists of his generation. His extensive knowledge of a number of industries will provide us and our portfolio companies with important commercial and strategic insight."

Mr Streiff said: "I'm delighted to be joining the Bridgepoint team and to be able to contribute to their investment programme across Europe which has demonstrated a strong track record and outstanding success in the last 15 years."

Bridgepoint's European Advisory Board is chaired by Alan Milburn, former Secretary of State for Health in the UK; other members are Henry WK Chow, former chairman and CEO of Greater China Group at IBM Corp., Sir James Crosby, former chief executive of HBOS plc, Dr Hubertus Erlen, former chief executive and current vice-chairman of the Supervisory Board of Bayer Schering Pharma AG, Francis Mer, former Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry in France, Lord Patten, former Governor of Hong Kong, Commissioner in charge of External Relations at the European Commission, and current Chairman of the BBC Trust, and Sir Stuart Rose, former chairman and chief executive of Marks & Spencer plc.

The Advisory Board provides Bridgepoint with an external perspective on strategic, political and social matters as well as insight into the Firm's sector interests.


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