Paul Longmore has experience in corporate finance, structured finance, property asset management, business operations and commodities trading, gained over thirty years internationally. Paul founded London based property investment and advisory business Tate Green in 2002. He has co-founded and sold a number of businesses, most notably vielife which was acquired by global health service provider Cigna in 2004. Paul joined Trafigura during its start up phase in 1994 and during his six years at the company he helped shape it into of the worlds largest independent commodities trading businesses (turnover in 2013 exceeded $130 billion). Paul also co-acquired The Phene Arms in Chelsea in 2005. The business was restructured, operated and sold in 2007.
Between 2010 and 2014, Paul provided hands-on consulting advice to Irish based borrowers of Lloyds Banking Group, helping them to divest, restructure and refinance their businesses / property portfolios. Significant restructuring successes included Ireland's largest private university Griffith College and healthcare business Centric Health. Paul is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, holds an MBA in International Management from The European University, Geneva and is a Member of The Institute for Turnaround in the UK.
Paul founded Evolution Partners in 2014.
Paul Longmore FCCA, MBA, MIFT
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