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Grafine Partners Appoints Julie Fisher As Managing Director

Grafine Partners has appointed Julie Fisher as Managing Director. Fisher, a former Managing Director at Providence Equity Partners, will focus primarily on business development and relationships with Grafine’s capital partners globally. 

“I have had the pleasure of knowing Julie professionally for over 20 years, and always admired her ability to build substantive relationships throughout her career with endowments, foundations, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and family offices,” said Elizabeth Weymouth, Founder & Managing Partner of Grafine. “She has a deep understanding of the intricacies, and an action-oriented approach to solving the needs of these investors. In addition, her investment banking and advisory background is germane to our efforts of bringing capital closer to the deal.”

Fisher has over two decades of private markets experience dedicated to raising capital and working with international institutional investors across alternative asset classes and direct investments. Prior to joining Grafine, she was a Managing Director at Providence, a global private investment firm focused on the media and communications industries. Prior to her 13 years at Providence, Fisher was a Private Equity Consultant at Cambridge Associates, where she advised on asset allocation and private equity manager selection for a range of endowments, foundations, and family offices. Previously, she was a Vice President with J.P. Morgan Securities, where she worked in the Private Equity and Natural Resources Groups raising capital for domestic and international companies. She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.


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