Karen Dawaf Harron

Karen Dawaf Harron

Karen Dawaf Harron is a qualified Chartered Accountant and joined Livingstone from Deloitte in 2014. Karen has worked on a range of buy-side and sell-side transactions within the Business Services and Healthcare sectors.

Education & Qualifications:

  • University of Warwick
  • BSc, ACA

Latest Insights

In The Press

Karen Dawaf Harron | Dec 2018

The UK physiotherapy market is ripe for consolidation

The UK physiotherapy market is ripe for consolidation

In a piece for Global Health & Pharma, Karen Dawaf Harron, Director at Livingstone explores the ways in which the physiotherapy market is growing and how this is set to stimulate investor interest.
In The Press
Healthcare

News

Jeremy Furniss | Nov 2018

Inflexion backs European LifeCare Group

Inflexion backs European LifeCare Group’s ambitious expansion plans

Livingstone’s Healthcare sector team has advised Inflexion Private Equity on its minority investment in European LifeCare Group, Europe’s largest provider of vaccinations. The investment is being made by Inflexion Enterprise Fund IV, Inflexion’s dedicated lower mid-market fund.
News
Healthcare
Buy-Side

Blog

Karen Dawaf Harron | Aug 2018

Regulatory compliance

Regulatory compliance – breaking the rules…or not

The corporate world – in particular consumer banking and finance - has been challenged by an increasingly stringent regulatory implementation agenda since the global financial crisis – exacerbated by technology flux and rapidly evolving user expectations. Karen Dawaf Harron reviews the underlying regulatory dynamics that are shaping the sector.
Blog
Business Services

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Eric Faivre d'Arcier, Strategic Development Director

“After working successfully with Livingstone on the acquisition of TLG ten months ago, they have proved invaluable in helping idverde to unlock the Quadron opportunity and have provided hands-on support and guidance to our teams in the UK and France throughout the transaction. We look forward to continuing to working with Livingstone as we look to new acquisitions in the UK and elsewhere in Europe.”