Par Equity hires corporate lawyer from Addleshaw Goddard and M&A expert from KPMG

Edinburgh venture capital firm Par Equity has appointed corporate lawyer Tom Croy and former banker Alastair Moore as investment managers.

Croy joins from law firm Addleshaw Goddard where he worked on buyouts and early-stage investments for private equity and venture capital clients including Par. He has a first class honours degree from the University of Aberdeen and is a member of the Law Society of Scotland.

Moore comes from KPMG’s Mergers and Acquisitions team in Edinburgh where he worked with private equity clients and owner-managed businesses in Scotland and the north of England. He also led KPMG’s corporate finance operation for Scottish start-ups and scale-ups. Previously Moore, who has an MBA from Alliance Manchester Business School, was in corporate banking with NatWest, where he managed relationships with a portfolio of clients across Leeds and Manchester.

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