Tomorrow Partners expand with new partner

Ex-Citi and Apax co-founders of Tomorrow Partners hire Gleacher Shacklock’s head of debt advisory as partner.

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.