Neil Bhadra is a senior managing director of Evercore’s strategic advisory business, specialising in financial services.
Mr. Bhadra has advised on a broad range of transactions in the financial services industry, with a focus on property and casualty (re)insurance and the asset management sectors. Select deals on which he has advised include the $1.5bn sale of Tokio Millennium Re to Renaissance Re; the sale of Nephila Capital to Markel; the merger of Tilney and Smith & Williamson; Novae Group on its sale to AXIS Capital; AIG on the sale of Ascot Underwriting to Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB); Tokio Marine’s $7.5bn acquisition of HCC Insurance Holdings; Catlin on its $4.2bn sale to XL Group; Old Mutual on the IPO of its U.S. Asset Management business; Brit Insurance on its sale to Apollo and CVC; Jupiter on its management buyout and subsequent initial public offering; and Kiln on its sale to Tokio Marine.
Prior to Evercore, Mr. Bhadra was a partner of Lexicon Partners, which was acquired by Evercore in 2011. Before that, he worked at Rothschild & Co in the financial institutions group.
Mr. Bhadra has a first-class degree in mathematics and astrophysics from Cambridge University.