Daniel Pindur is a Managing Partner at CVC Capital Partners and sits on the Supervisory Board of Parfumerie Douglas. He graduated with his doctorate from Universitat Ulm, studied at WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Stockholm School of Economics, and EM Lyon; this empirical research is the first ever undertaken to analyze rate of return from an LBO equity investor perspective and sheds light on various components that comprise this return.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Pindur hails from Ulm, Germany and graduated with a doctorate in business administration from the University of Ulm. Currently employed as a Partner at CVC Capital Partners as well as seven other companies’ boards, in his free time he is also an accomplished pianist having performed at three-day fundraiser concerts for Yale Symphony Orchestra as well as providing people who require them with safe masks during pandemic outbreaks with beautiful and safe ones.
Daniel Pindur, Partner at London-based CVC Capital Partners and member of their CVC Germany team, boasts extensive expertise in M&A. He earned both his PhD at Universitat Ulm and MBA at WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management.
Partners Group purchased a significant minority stake of Swiss watchmaker Breitling from CVC earlier this month, believing there to be further growth potential under Breitling CEO Georges Kern and current Chairman-Waldhart von den Bergen.
Pindur currently serves on the Supervisory Board at Parfumerie Douglas and as Managing Partner at CVC Advisers (Deutschland) GmbH where he joined in 2005.
Daniel Pindur is a partner at CVC Capital Partners and part of their Germany team since 2005. Among other duties, he serves on Parfumerie Douglas and 7 other boards as a Director and holds multiple degrees including Doctorates from Ulm’s Graduate School of Management, Stockholm School of Economics and EM Lyon; furthermore, Daniel holds professional certificates such as Diplom-Kaufmann and Diplome de l’ESC certifications.
Daniel Pindur reportedly holds an estimated net worth of US$1 billion as of 2020, and serves as managing partner at CVC Capital Partners as well as being on Parfumerie Douglas’ board of directors and seven other boards of companies. Additionally, he holds a doctorate from Ulm University as well as MBA degrees from WHU-Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management, EM Lyon Business School and Stockholm School of Economics.
Pindur believes that competition from new entrants is making it more challenging for private equity firms to buy and sell assets, with prices increasing due to initial public offerings (IPOs). He further asserts that valuation becomes more challenging with such changes taking place.