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Get a loan for University of Oxford – Said Business School

What you need to know for Your University of Oxford – Said Business School Loan

Key Benefits:

  • No co-signer, collateral or guarantor required
  • 150 nationalities eligible
  • Loans available for current and incoming international students
  • No up-front fee
  • 6 month grace period after classes end for full-time programs
  • No fees for early repayment
  • Get a provisional loan decision within 5 business days

What programs are supported?

Refinancing of existing loans available soon! Interested? Let us know .

How much can I borrow?

  • Up to 80% of Cost of Attendance (for part-time programmes, max loan size is 100% cost of tuition) (as provided by the school)
  • Minimum loan size is £10,000
  • All loans disbursed directly to the school in accordance with tuition due dates
  • Loans are available in GBP or USD If your total payments to the school exceed the amount of tuition due, the remaining amount will be disbursed directly from the school to your local bank account

What is my rate?

  • 5,25 – 8,5 % (fixed) over the 3-month GBP Libor base rate (variable). Rates are dependent on individual applicant profiles.
  • See below for representative APR and representative example. Why is APR important? Details here .

Are there fees?

  • Fee of 2.5% of the loan amount (minimum of $500 or £400) is added to the loan amount and fully amortized.

How do I repay the loan?

  • The loan is repaid in monthly payments after your grace period has ended.
  • For full-time students the grace period is 6 months after classes end.
  • For part-time students the grace period is 3 months after the last disbursement.
  • The repayment period is either 7 or 10 years, depending on your programme and application.
  • There are no fees or penalties for early repayment!
  • What are my repayment options ?

Is there a deadline to apply?

  • No, but try to submit an application at least one month before the loan needs to be disbursed to your school to ensure timely disbursement.

Are there nationalities Prodigy cannot lend to?

  • Yes, unfortunately. While Prodigy is able to lend to students from 150 nationalities, here is a list of the currently restricted nationalities .

Learn More!

Would you like to hear from our current students who are using Prodigy loans to fund their studies? There are quite a few in this video and you can get in touch with a few of them through our Ambassadors programme .

Still have questions? Contact us via email or read through our Frequently Asked Questions .

Representative Example

The below provides an example of a Prodigy loan for the MBA programme.

Interest rate: 6.50% over 3-month GBP Libor (Libor varies over the duration of the loan. As of June 16, 2016 it is 0.65%)

Representative APR: 8.08% APR variable, factoring in all fees and the effects on compounding interest.

Fees: Administrative fee of 2.5%, or £750. This fee will be added to the total loan amount and fully amortized for a total credit of £30750.

Duration: Repayment period of 7 years, plus the study period of 13 months and a grace period of 6 months = 103 months.

Total amount payable: £ 43,031.73

Amount of each monthly repayment: £ 512.28

By clicking on ‘Apply now’, you agree to our privacy policy

Investing – Risk Policy

Investment is restricted to high net worth and sophisticated investors who can demonstrate that they have sufficient knowledge and experience to understand the risks of investing. Risks include the potential loss of capital and limited liquidity. Capital at risk. Investments are long term and it may not be possible to sell your investment prior to maturity. See our full Risk Warning and Terms and Conditions.

Prodigy Finance Limited 2007 – 2016. All Rights Reserved. Prodigy Finance Limited is incorporated in the United Kingdom (Company Number 05912562) with its registered address at Palladium House 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD and registered with the Office of the Information Commissioner (Reg. No. Z9851854). Prodigy Finance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (firm registration number 709641) for certain consumer credit activities and for investment activities for investors who have agreed to its terms. Prodigy Finance loans are offered to eligible borrowers who are studying outside of their country of residence and the loans are governed by English law.

Prodigy Services Limited is incorporated in the United Kingdom (Company Number 10201413) with its registered address at Palladium House 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD. Prodigy Services is an appointed representative of BriceAmery Capital Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Prodigy Services Limited promotes offers of securities for third party issuers to eligible investors.


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Washington Adventist University BSN nursing program. Takoma park, MD 20912

0 Washington Adventist University BSN program has lost their accrediation with ACEN as of August 2014 and they are on WARNING status with Maryland Board of Nursing. I don’t want anybody to go through what I went through that’s the reason why I’m writing this as a student we might not know what kind of consequence it has to graduate from an un accrediated nursing program.

As a student you have to understand even through the University itself is accrediated that doesn’t have anything to do with the nursing program accrediation. They appealed with ACEN to get their accrediation bck twice and they were not able to get their accrediation back twice the latest one being August 19, 2014.

From what I found out if you attend an unaccrediated nursing program up on graduation this is what you are going to face:

-Hospitals and major employers min req is graduating from an accrediated nursing program not from an approved nursing program. Approved and accrediated are 2 completely different things.

-You cannot work for Vetrains hospital, govt army

-ur BSN degree is not acceptable out of US

-when u try to get ur MSN u have a limited # of universities that accept students with a BSN from an unaccrediated nursing program. From what I was told in MD Board of Nursing they will put u on probation for one semester of ur graduate school then if u do good u will be off ofprobabation. Schools like University of MD totally do not accept students that come from an unaccredited nursing program even with probation of 1st Semester.

-Even though ur able to sit for the board exam after graduation the license they give u basically says ur a safe practioner b/c MD board of nursing requirment are just very minimal that’s why WAU is able to keep the warning status with the MD board of nursing. As far as accrediation goes they have a lot of requirments that evaluates students are getting quality education and many many things that they evaluate. So even though ur a licensed RN/BSN ur employer is going to think u came from an institution that doesn’t meet standards with the accrediation so u haven’t really gone through a strong program so I’m not sure I want to hire u! That goes through their mind this is what I was told. so u will be in a lot of disadvantages. It’s very painful to face this after all the hardship u went through.

Can u imagine how hard nursing school is and how busy it makes u and how time consuming it’s after paying more for a private institution in WAU and going through all the rough patches it will be heart breaking for u to realize all the disadvantages that comes from graduating from unaccredited nursing program.

When we inqured the nursing dept to tell us what is the disadvantage of attending an un accrediated nursing school they said 2 things
1. U can’t work in the army
2. U can’t work in VA Vetrains Hospital

When I search on my own I found out all the things I mentioned above.

In my opinion they shouldn’t even accept students to the program until they get all this resolved why make students go through the program and give them all the above disadvantages after they spent about $55,000 to $65,000 dollars at the end of the program.

This is the situation with WAU nursing BSN program:

Accrediation with ACEN LOST no more accrediation with them. The program is not accrediated

Maryland Board of Nursing the school is in WARNING status with the board

What they r doing about it:-
Well they filed an application to get an accrediation from a different accrediating agency called CCNE which is located in dupoint circle area of Washington, DC the site visit is scheduled for Spring 2016 nobody knows if they r going to get the accrediation or not. So who ever attends the school during this time as MD board of Nursing said ur in the loop of a guess game with all the money that ur spending.
Good luck!


Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign #paragon #finance


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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign #honda #finance #rates


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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Get a loan for University of Oxford – Said Business School

What you need to know for Your University of Oxford – Said Business School Loan

Key Benefits:

  • No co-signer, collateral or guarantor required
  • 150 nationalities eligible
  • Loans available for current and incoming international students
  • No up-front fee
  • 6 month grace period after classes end for full-time programs
  • No fees for early repayment
  • Get a provisional loan decision within 5 business days

What programs are supported?

Refinancing of existing loans available soon! Interested? Let us know .

How much can I borrow?

  • Up to 80% of Cost of Attendance (for part-time programmes, max loan size is 100% cost of tuition) (as provided by the school)
  • Minimum loan size is £10,000
  • All loans disbursed directly to the school in accordance with tuition due dates
  • Loans are available in GBP or USD If your total payments to the school exceed the amount of tuition due, the remaining amount will be disbursed directly from the school to your local bank account

What is my rate?

  • 5,25 – 8,5 % (fixed) over the 3-month GBP Libor base rate (variable). Rates are dependent on individual applicant profiles.
  • See below for representative APR and representative example. Why is APR important? Details here .

Are there fees?

  • Fee of 2.5% of the loan amount (minimum of $500 or £400) is added to the loan amount and fully amortized.

How do I repay the loan?

  • The loan is repaid in monthly payments after your grace period has ended.
  • For full-time students the grace period is 6 months after classes end.
  • For part-time students the grace period is 3 months after the last disbursement.
  • The repayment period is either 7 or 10 years, depending on your programme and application.
  • There are no fees or penalties for early repayment!
  • What are my repayment options ?

Is there a deadline to apply?

  • No, but try to submit an application at least one month before the loan needs to be disbursed to your school to ensure timely disbursement.

Are there nationalities Prodigy cannot lend to?

  • Yes, unfortunately. While Prodigy is able to lend to students from 150 nationalities, here is a list of the currently restricted nationalities .

Learn More!

Would you like to hear from our current students who are using Prodigy loans to fund their studies? There are quite a few in this video and you can get in touch with a few of them through our Ambassadors programme .

Still have questions? Contact us via email or read through our Frequently Asked Questions .

Representative Example

The below provides an example of a Prodigy loan for the MBA programme.

Interest rate: 6.50% over 3-month GBP Libor (Libor varies over the duration of the loan. As of June 16, 2016 it is 0.65%)

Representative APR: 8.08% APR variable, factoring in all fees and the effects on compounding interest.

Fees: Administrative fee of 2.5%, or £750. This fee will be added to the total loan amount and fully amortized for a total credit of £30750.

Duration: Repayment period of 7 years, plus the study period of 13 months and a grace period of 6 months = 103 months.

Total amount payable: £ 43,031.73

Amount of each monthly repayment: £ 512.28

By clicking on ‘Apply now’, you agree to our privacy policy

Investing – Risk Policy

Investment is restricted to high net worth and sophisticated investors who can demonstrate that they have sufficient knowledge and experience to understand the risks of investing. Risks include the potential loss of capital and limited liquidity. Capital at risk. Investments are long term and it may not be possible to sell your investment prior to maturity. See our full Risk Warning and Terms and Conditions.

Prodigy Finance Limited 2007 – 2016. All Rights Reserved. Prodigy Finance Limited is incorporated in the United Kingdom (Company Number 05912562) with its registered address at Palladium House 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD and registered with the Office of the Information Commissioner (Reg. No. Z9851854). Prodigy Finance is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (firm registration number 709641) for certain consumer credit activities and for investment activities for investors who have agreed to its terms. Prodigy Finance loans are offered to eligible borrowers who are studying outside of their country of residence and the loans are governed by English law.

Prodigy Services Limited is incorporated in the United Kingdom (Company Number 10201413) with its registered address at Palladium House 1-4 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7LD. Prodigy Services is an appointed representative of BriceAmery Capital Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Prodigy Services Limited promotes offers of securities for third party issuers to eligible investors.


Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign #finance #qualifications


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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign #finance #business


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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign #nissan #finance #deals


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Carlyle’s Financial Services Head Sarkozy Is Said to Resign

Carlyle Group LP’s Olivier Sarkozy, the head of the private equity firm’s financial services group, has resigned, people with knowledge of the move said.

Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, joined Washington-based Carlyle in 2008 from UBS Group AG. Carlyle raised two financial services investment funds under his leadership. The first raised $1.1 billion and the second got $1 billion.

Sarkozy will continue as a senior adviser to the firm, one of the people said. The people asked not to be named because the departure hasn’t been announced.

A spokesman for Carlyle declined to comment. Sarkozy didn’t respond to e-mail and phone messages seeking comment.

Sarkozy, who turned 47 on Thursday, led Carlyle’s investments in TCW Group Inc. BankUnited Inc. Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc. Central Pacific Financial Corp. and Duff Phelps Corp. among others. His first fund, which started investing in 2008, was generating a 13 percent annualized return after fees as of March 31, according to Carlyle’s first-quarter earnings statement. The firm hasn’t yet disclosed a return for the second fund, which started investing in 2013.

In March, Carlyle added David Zwiener as an operating executive in the financial institutions group. Zwiener co-led the group from 2007 to 2008 before working at Wachovia Corp. Dowling Capital Partners and PartnerRe Ltd.

Deals History

At UBS, Sarkozy was global co-head of the Zurich-based bank’s financial institutions group, working on deals including Sallie Mae Bank’s attempted $25 billion take-private transaction, the $17 billion merger of Mellon Financial Corp. and Bank of New York Co. and Wachovia’s $14 billion acquisition of SouthTrust Corp. He previously spent 11 years at Credit Suisse First Boston.

He married fashion designer and former actress Mary-Kate Olsen last year.

Sarkozy also created Athena Art Finance Corp. last year. Carlyle led a $280 million investment in the venture, which lends to owners of high-end art. Athena may later package loans together and sell slices of them to investors, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Andrea Danese said in a Bloomberg Television interview in March.

Carlyle, which manages $178 billion in private equity holdings, real estate, credit assets and hedge funds, started its financial services deals team in 2007. Other recent departures from the firm include Mitch Petrick, who oversaw its credit and hedge-fund business, and Jacques Chappuis, who led its funds-of-funds unit. The two executives are senior advisers to Carlyle.

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