Abigail Ludwig

Partner at BC Global Partners

An executive in the financial services industry, Abigail Ludwig prepared for her career by earning a master's degree in African studies from the University of Oxford, where she wrote the dissertation “Reform Narratives and the Sociology of Punishment: Prison Reform in 21st Century Zimbabwe.” Upon graduation, Abigail Ludwig enrolled in the graduate law program at the University of California Berkeley, where she attained several distinctions, such as the Brian M. Sax Prize for Excellence in Clinical Advocacy and multiple American Jurisprudence Awards. For her capstone project, she researched the politicization of Kurdish identity and the influence of the PKK.

Abigail Ludwig joined BC Global Partners, an alternative investment manager with operations in North America and Europe, in 2019. As a partner, she assists the buy-out firm in implementing a variety of strategies to yield returns for investors. Focusing on real estate, credit, and private equity, she utilizes her sector knowledge to develop investments across the capital structure. Additionally, Ms. Abigail contributes to the firm's deal-flow objectives.

New York, NY, US

Work Experience

Jul 2019 - Present

BC Global Partners


Aug 2012 - May 2015

Juris Doctor (JD)
University of California Berkeley
School of Law

Aug 2010 - May 2011

Master of Arts (MA)
University Of Oxford
African Studies

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