Andrew Sibbald is chairman and senior managing director of Evercore’s European investment banking business, based in London.
Mr. Sibbald has over 35 years of experience in advising financial institutions on M&A and corporate finance. Notable transactions include advising Arcmont on its pending sale to Nuveen; CFC Underwriting on its sale to EQT and Vitruvian Partners; the AA on its sale to Warburg Pincus and TowerBrook Capital; M&G on its demerger from Prudential; Partnership Assurance on its all share merger with Just Retirement Group; Prudential on its successful bid defence following an approach from Aviva; and the IPOs of Benfield, Admiral, Hargreaves Lansdown and Old Mutual Asset Management.
Mr. Sibbald was previously the co-founder and senior partner of Lexicon Partners, acquired by Evercore in 2011. Prior to founding Lexicon Partners in 2000, Mr. Sibbald was a managing director at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, where he led a team specialising in M&A in the financial institutions sector. Before that he was a partner in The Phoenix Partnership.
Mr. Sibbald is a vice president of Save the Children (U.K.) and an honorary visiting professor in Bayes Business School.
He earned a degree in economics and accounting from Bristol University.