Jason co-founded KPC in 2007 with the aim of creating a truly differentiated private equity firm. He has been heavily immersed in the UK leisure sector for 20 years, beginning his career at SG Warburg (later UBS Investment Bank) where he established the market-leading European sector coverage team. He spent 13 years as head of the team advising some of the most prestigious leisure brands on their strategy for value creation before leaving in 2007 to set up KPC.
Amongst his numerous roles, Jason is Chairman of JOA Casinos and a board member of Specialist Journeys, and was previously integrally involved in the firm’s successfully realised investments in Bridge Leisure Parks, IHS and QCNS.
Jason attended St Paul’s School and is a Bristol University alumnus.
Hugo co-founded KPC in 2007. Prior to this, he was a senior member of the European Mergers & Acquisitions team at UBS Investment Bank with a particular focus on the leisure sector and on transactions involving private equity exits. He started his investment banking career at SG Hambros, having joined as a newly qualified Chartered Accountant from Price Waterhouse.
Hugo sits on the boards of NextGen, Inn Collection, Specialist Journeys and JG Travel Group, and was previously integrally involved in the firm’s successfully realised investments in Bridge Leisure Parks and IHS.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and read History at Cambridge University.
Jamie joined KPC in 2008, having worked together with Jason and Hugo at UBS Investment Bank, where he spent 6 years in the European Mergers & Acquisitions team working on corporate and private equity transactions across a range of industry sectors.
Jamie sits on the boards of KPC’s pubs and restaurant investments, including 7Bone Burger Co., Abokado, Fuel Juice Bars and Inn Collection.
He has a first class degree in Modern History from Oxford University.
Artjom joined KPC in 2008, having worked together with Jason and Hugo at UBS Investment Bank, where he spent three years in the European Mergers & Acquisitions team working on a number of large-cap transactions across a range of industry sectors, chiefly acting for private equity clients.
At KPC, his focus has been primarily on opportunities in the travel and hotels sectors. He is currently representing the firm on the boards of Specialist Journeys and JG Travel Group, and was previously involved in successful realised investments in Bridge Leisure Parks and IHS.
He has an MSc degree in Financial Economics from Norwegian School of Management BI, and is a native Russian speaker.
Kirsty joined KPC in 2011 to head up the firm’s finance and administration functions.
Kirsty is a Chartered Accountant, and previously held finance and administration roles at Actis and Morgan Grenfell Private Equity, as well as founding her own consumer business.
Alexandra joined KPC in 2013 and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the office, as well as conducting primary research to identify new leisure opportunities.
Prior to joining KPC, Alexandra had a long career in the Police and rose to a senior level within the Service before switching to the NHS.
Alexandra is a qualified Chartered Secretary and holds a BA Honours Degree in English and History.
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