Debt advisory firm, Tomorrow Partners, has hired Daniel Morland as partner. He is the first partner to be hired by the firm, which was launched in 2012 by co-founding partners Jonathan Rowland and Neil Thomson.
Morland joins from Gleacher Shacklock where he was a partner and head of debt advisory. With more than 20 years experience in the market, Morland has held positions at Close Brothers and Robert Fleming & Co. He most recently advised on the financing of Onex Corporation’s acquisition of Survitec, according to a statement.
“We are delighted to welcome Daniel to the firm. He brings a wealth of experience and a number of strong client relationships to further expand our business,” said Rowland.
Since it was established, Tomorrow Partners has advised on seventeen completed transactions totalling more than €5 billion. Deals completed in 2014 included loans for Hellman & Friedman’s acquisition of Scout 24 and the refinancing of Quorn Foods, the statement continued.
The firm advises across financing markets from capital raising to restructuring and general partner funding.