Alex Lawrence

Alex joined the Titanbay team in 2020 to bring strategic and operational insight into Private Markets, for the firm and for our clients.

Alex began his career at the Royal Bank of Scotland in the heady days of 2008, issuing and structuring sovereign debt, before moving to J.P. Morgan in Geneva, where he advised UHNW clients, family offices, and foundations on investments across public and private markets. Later stations include guiding a Swedish insurance company through a turn-around and subsequent LBO, and as Managing Director of CrossLend, a highly innovative pan European B2B FinTech platform in the Private Debt space, with a regulated securitisation structure in Luxembourg.

Alex holds an MBA from INSEAD and a B.A. from the University of Exeter in Ancient History. He brings a wealth of international experience, having worked/lived across 5 continents. He is a passionate freeride skiier and dog owner.


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