Aaron McPherson is a corporate associate and a member of the firm’s Investment Management and Private Fund Transactions Groups.
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- A UK private equity sponsor in a single asset continuation fund to house an existing stake in a leasing business.
- A global secondaries fund as co-lead investor in an £800+ million continuation fund to acquire existing sponsor stakes in insurance and tech assets.
- Pantheon in its indirect investment in Zenobe Energy Limited, a UK green energy infrastructure firm.
- LCM Partners in the formation of Credit Opportunities 4 Strategy, a €4.1 billion private credit fund.
- HarbourVest Partners as co-lead investor in a €1.63 billion continuation fund, sponsored by Triton, to acquire four portfolio companies from Triton Fund IV.
- A global fund of funds as lead investor in an approximately €750 million continuation fund to house existing private equity fund stakes and provide additional capital for new commitments.
- All Seas Capital in the formation of All Seas Capital I, a $400 million debut pan-European private fund.
- Apera Asset Management in the formation of Apera Private Debt Fund II, a €1.27 billion pan-European mid-market private debt fund.
- CPP Investments as an investor in a single-asset continuation fund established by GHO Capital Partners, created to hold existing portfolio company Validant, a leading international provider of quality, compliance and regulatory affairs consulting to Biotech, Pharma and MedTech companies.
- Adams Street Partners as a member of a syndicate investing in a €500 million continuation fund established by G Square Healthcare Private Equity LLP to acquire three existing assets from G Square Capital I and G Square Capital II.
- Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Pantheon as co-lead investors in a secondary acquisition vehicle formed as part of a Nordic Capital-led consortium to invest in Vizrt, a global leader in production software for live video production.
- Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in the sale of its investment in Belron, a worldwide leader in vehicle glass repair and replacement, valuing the company at €21 billion, including the formation of a new special purpose vehicle formed to continue CD&R’s partnership with Belron. The transaction was named “Secondaries Deal of the Year” by Buyouts magazine.