Experience

    • The Carlyle Group in raising approximately $20 billion for multiple buyout and growth funds and in various joint ventures and separate accounts, including the formation of:
    • Carlyle Europe Partners IV, a €3.75 billion Europe buyout fund, and its predecessor fund Carlyle Europe Partners III, a €5.4 billion fund.
    • Carlyle Europe Technology Partners III, a €656 million Europe growth capital/technology fund, and its predecessor fund Carlyle Europe Technology Partners II, a €530 million fund.
    • Carlyle MENA Partners, a $500 million Middle East and North Africa buyout fund.
    • Carlyle Peru Fund, a $308 million Peru buyout/venture fund.
    • Carlyle South America Buyout Fund, a $1 billion fund, including Fundo Brasil de Internacionalização de Empresas Fundo de Investimento em Participações, together with Banco do Brasil, a R$400 million vehicle to invest in Brazil.
    • Carlyle Sub-Saharan Africa Fund, a $698 million Sub-Saharan Africa fund.
    • Carlyle Cardinal Ireland Fund, a €300 million Ireland-focused growth capital fund.
    • Oaktree Capital Management in raising more than $45 billion for multiple debt, energy, infrastructure and real estate focused funds and accounts, including:
    • Oaktree Opportunities Fund IX, a $5.1 billion global distressed debt fund, and its predecessor fund Oaktree Opportunities Fund VIII/VIIIb, a $7.2 billion fund.
    • Oaktree European Principal Fund III, a €3.16 billion Europe buyout fund.
    • Oaktree Mezzanine Fund IV, an $842 million North America mezzanine fund, and its predecessor fund Oaktree Mezzanine Fund III, a $1.6 billion fund.
    • Oaktree Power Opportunities Fund IV, a $1.1 billion U.S. energy and infrastructure fund, and its predecessor fund Oaktree Power Opportunities Fund III, a $1.0 billion fund.
    • Oaktree PPIP Fund, a $4.6 billion fund making investments in CMBS under the U.S. Treasury Department’s Public-Private Investment Program.
    • Oaktree Principal Fund VI, a $1.2 billion global distressed fund, and its predecessor fund Oaktree Principal Fund V, a $2.8 billion fund.
    • Oaktree Real Estate Opportunities Fund VII, a $2.9 billion global real estate fund, and its predecessor funds Oaktree Real Estate Opportunities Fund VI, a $2.7 billion fund, and Oaktree Real Estate Opportunities Fund V, a $1.3 billion fund.
    • Global Infrastructure Partners in the formation of various funds and accounts in the infrastructure sector, including:
    • Global Infrastructure Partners II, an $8.25 billion infrastructure fund.
    • Global Infrastructure Partners in the formation of Global Infrastructure Partners Capital Solutions Fund, a $731 million global credit opportunities fund.
    • GSO Capital Partners in certain energy and debt hybrid hedge fund-related activities, including the formation of:
    • GSO Capital Opportunities Fund III, a $6.5 billion global mezzanine fund.
    • GSO Energy Select Opportunities Fund, a $3 billion North America power/energy fund.
    • GSO Credit Alpha Fund, a $1 billion North America and Western Europe credit opportunities fund.
    • GSO Credit Alpha Annex Fund, a $960 million North America and Western Europe credit opportunities fund.
    • EQT in the formation of various funds and accounts, including:
    • EQT Credit Fund II, an €874 million Europe credit opportunities fund.
    • EQT Ventures, a €566 million Europe technology/venture capital fund.
    • OEP Capital Advisors in its spinout from J.P. Morgan Chase, formation of One Equity Partners Secondary Fund, a $1.5 billion U.S. private equity fund, investment management arrangements with J.P. Morgan Chase and certain related matters.
    • Prudential Capital Group in the formation of multiple mezzanine funds, including Prudential Capital Partners IV, a $1.15 billion U.S. mezzanine fund, and its predecessor fund Prudential Capital Partners III, a $965 million fund.
    • Blackstone Alternative Asset Management in various hedge fund separate account activities.
    • Brookfield Asset Management in various Brazil-focused fundraising activities, including the formation of Agriculture Fund II, a $500 million Brazil agriculture fund.
    • FFL Partners in the formation of FFL Capital Partners IV, a $2 billion North America buyout fund.
    • International Finance Corporation and AMC in various energy and emerging markets fundraising activities, including the formation of China-Mexico Fund, a $1.2 billion Mexico energy/telecom fund.
    • Vinci Partners in various Brazil-focused fundraising activities.

Education

  • New York University School of Law, 2003, LL.M.
  • Stockholm University, 2002, M.Sc
  • Uppsala University School of Law, 1999, LL.M.

Languages

  • English
  • Swedish