Caroline Huyskes-van Doorne, who joined Egeria in 2003, left the firm in the summer, partner Mark Wetzels confirmed. Huyskes-van Doorne led fundraising for Egeria’s fourth fund, which closed on its hard cap of €600 million in 2012.
Wetzels has temporarily taken on responsibility for investor relations at the firm until a suitable replacement can be found.
Before joining Egeria, Huyskes-van Doorne worked in the corporate finance and capital markets divisions of Netherlands-based private bank MeesPierson. She previously worked for ABN Amro Bank in its structured finance division.
Egeria has historical links with the Brenninkmeijer family – owners of the Netherlands-based C&A retail chain – and focuses on buying Dutch companies with an enterprise value of between €50 million and €350 million.
In 2015, Floris Muijser – who was a partner at Egeria for 11 years – left the firm to set up Dutch private equity firm Auxilium Capital, according to public filings.