Holland Mountain has appointed Kyri Yiannakis as Head of Client Development. In this role, Yiannakis will oversee all of Holland Mountain’s commercial activity, continuing to drive the exceptional service delivered to Holland Mountain’s Private Capital clients.

Leveraging 13 years of Private Capital technology experience, Yiannakis will also expand the reach of Holland Mountain’s Private Capital Data Platform, helping more firms to achieve one source of truth, to automate manual processes and to unlock the true value of their data.

Yiannakis brings significant growth experience with him, having been a founding member of iLEVEL after its spinout from Blackstone. He was the first employee outside of North America, and integral to the team that drove iLEVEL to its market-leading position, resulting in its acquisition by Ipreo. Subsequently, Kyri was Head of EMEA for ComplySci, a Vista Equity Partners portfolio company.

Yiannakis says: “I am incredibly excited to join this dynamic and talented team. I see a huge need for Holland Mountain’s unique Private Capital Data Platform, which solves the data challenges felt by all Private Capital firms. I am looking forward to further expanding our footprint and helping more clients leverage our solutions. The unparalleled industry expertise of the Holland Mountain team means we can help our clients achieve their data goals in a way that no one else can.”

Barnaby Piggott, CEO, Holland Mountain, says: “We are delighted to have Kyri on board. He shares our passion for the industry, he is a great fit with our existing team, and he brings a new set of skills to our business. Holland Mountain has a long history of designing operating models for our clients and helping them to define their data strategy. With the addition of our Private Capital Data Platform, which has connectors to all the key Private Capital systems, we now also deliver solutions that solve their data challenges. With Kyri’s help, we look forward to expanding our global reach and achieving our mission to accelerate the Private Capital industry’s journey to ‘Data as an Asset.”


Source: Private Equity Wire

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