Apax Sustainability Committee

Sustainability is integral to Apax's operations and is co-ordinated by a dedicated Sustainability Committee drawn from senior members of the firm.

The Apax Sustainability Committee manages all aspects of the implementation of the Apax sustainability effort. The Committee provides regular feedback to the Executive Committee with regard to key projects. The Committee is led by Seth Brody and meets on a monthly basis to cover a wide variety of projects, both with regard to internal matters and portfolio company monitoring.

 

Seth Brody  New York 

Seth Brody is a partner and Global Head of the Operational Excellence Group.  He has been with Apax since 2008 based in the New York office. 

His prior industry operating experience includes roles as Executive Vice President and General Manager at Razorgator Interactive Group, as Group Vice President and General Manager at Orbitz Worldwide, Director of Marketing at priceline.com, and Product Manager at Netmarket Group, Inc.  Mr. Brody has served in numerous interim management positions across the Apax portfolio including roles as the Chief Information Officer at Netrada Management GmbH and Chief Marketing Officer at Trader Canada Corporation.  Mr. Brody serves on the Board of Directors for Bankrate, Inc. (NYSE:RATE) and as a director and advisor to numerous growth companies in the digital space. 

He received his B.A. from Yale University and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

   

Seth Brody

Ellen de Kreij  London 

Ellen de Kreij is a member of the Investor Relations team based in London, with a particular focus on European investors. Ellen is also responsible for the implementation of the Apax sustainability programme. Ellen joined Apax Partners in 2002 as Director of Deal Generation and became a Director in the Investor Relations team in early 2010.

Prior to joining Apax Partners, Ellen worked as an investment banker in the mergers & acquisitions teams at Merrill Lynch and Broadview International, where she specialised in advising transactions in the technology sector. She also worked for Shell in the Netherlands for three years prior to completing an MBA.

Ellen holds an MA in Dutch Civil Law from the University of Leiden and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

   

Ellen de Kreij