| London, England|
American / British
| February 7, 1970 (age 45) (1970-02-07) Washington DC|
Alexandra Smith and Daniel W. Hofgren
Nicholas Hofgren Wikipedia
Nicholas Hofgren is a London based financier and fund placement advisor.
Nicholas W. Hofgren was born in Washington DC on February 7, 1970. Son of Daniel W. Hofgren, former aide to President Richard M. Nixon and Alexandra Hofgren, daughter of F.G Walton Smith, the Miami Oceanographer. He grew up in Washington DC and Bermuda before deciding he would like to pursue a career in finance.
He studied English/History at Emory University, Atlanta and a degree in Hyper-Inflationary Finance from IESA in Caracas. He also completed Graduate Studies at the United States Department of Agriculture after graduating in 1996.
Hofgren has worked in international finance since 1989, working in North America, Latin America, Russia and the UK. He has dealt primarily in private equity partnerships, capital raising, investment and fundraising campaigns in the European Middle Eastern and African territories for various financial organisations including: JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Brunswick Capital Partners and ALTA International.
He is currently co-founder of Westly House Partnership, a privately held partnership providing capital raising support to private equity and real estate firms, a company he formed with Christopher Jackson in 2008.
He currently lives in West London and with his wife, English interior designer, cook and author Sophie Conran, whom he married in June, 2010.