Private Equity Firms and Funds

Experience

    • Providence Equity Partners VIII, a $6 billion global media, entertainment and communications fund.
    • Vinci Capital Partners Fund III, a $1 billion private equity fund program.
    • LeapFrog Financial Inclusion Fund III, a $700 million emerging markets-focused impact fund.
    • DouglasBay Capital III Fund, a European fund making investments in small and micro-cap listed companies.
    • Schneider Electric in its joint venture with The Carlyle Group to develop energy management and automation solutions for critical infrastructure projects.
    • Sirius Computer Solutions, a leading IT solutions integrator, and its majority owner, Kelso & Company, in the sale of a majority equity interest in Sirius to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice.
    • Apera Asset Management’s private debt platform, a €750 million platform focussing on senior secured loans to lower mid-market businesses in German-speaking Europe, France, Benelux, the UK and Northern Europe.
    • Tishman Speyer European Real Estate Venture Fund VIII, a €750 million Europe real estate fund.
    • The Carlyle Group in its strategic partnership with AIG to position DSA Re as a platform to provide solutions for insurance liabilities globally.
    • Canson Capital Partners (York) Co-Investment, a $100 co-investment fund.
    • Canada Pension Plan Investment Board in its formation of a joint venture with WPT Industrial REIT and AIMCo to aggregate a portfolio of industrial properties in the U.S.
    • SunSource, a Clayton, Dubilier & Rice portfolio company, in its acquisition of United Distribution Group, one of the largest distributors of industrial components and assemblies in North America.
    • Advantage Partners’ Asia Fund, a $380 million fund investing in small to mid-cap companies across Asia.
    • Carlyle Europe Partners IV, a €3.75 billion Europe buyout fund.
    • Canada Pension Plan Investment Board in the formation of a joint venture with JBG SMITH to develop and own 1900 N Street, an office building located in the Dupont Circle area of Washington, D.C.
    • Kelso & Company in its equity investment in Zenith Energy U.S.
    • OppenheimerFunds in a joint venture with The Carlyle Group, which will provide global private credit opportunities for the wealth market.
    • Temasek in its strategic investment in BluJay Solutions, a leading provider of supply chain software and services.
    • HarbourVest Partners Co-Investment Fund IV, a $1.75 billion global buyout/growth equity fund.
    • EQT Real Estate I, a €420 million Europe real estate fund.
    • One Rock Capital Partners II, a $964 million U.S. buyout fund.
    • EIG in the establishment of its $2 billion credit platform, comprised of multiple fund vehicles and a separately managed account, to make debt investments in the energy and infrastructure sectors.
    • MCP Private Capital Fund III, an €850 million European special opportunities fund.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Fund X, a $10 billion North America and Europe buyout fund.
    • Metric Capital Partners in its €100 million subscription facility with Citibank.
    • Global Infrastructure Partners III, a $15.8 billion infrastructure fund.
    • One Equity Partners VI, a $1.65 billion U.S. and Western Europe buyout fund.
    • Kelso & Company in its investment in Premia Holdings, a newly-formed property and casualty insurance and reinsurance group focused on providing runoff solutions.
    • Prudential Capital Partners V, a $1.8 billion U.S. mezzanine fund.
    • VIG Partners International Fund III, a $600 million fund targeting investment in Korea.
    • Crescent Mezzanine Partners VII, a $4.6 billion U.S. mezzanine fund.
    • North Haven Capital Partners VI, a $1.5 billion global buyout fund.
    • Carmel Partners Investment Fund VI, a $1 billion U.S. real estate fund.
    • Glendon Opportunities Fund II, a $2.5 billion global credit opportunities fund.
    • Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners Fund X, a $1.1 billion U.S. real estate fund.
    • Agriculture Fund II (Brookfield), a $500 million Brazil agriculture fund.
    • GSO Capital Opportunities Fund III, a $6.5 billion global mezzanine fund.
    • Dover Street IX, a $4.77 billion global secondaries fund.
    • EQT Ventures, a €566 million Europe technology/venture capital fund.
    • Providence Equity Partners in its acquisition from General Motors and Ford of a majority stake in OEConnection, the established market leader in cloud-based technology solutions that facilitate the efficient location, sale, distribution and dynamic pricing of automotive parts.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in its $415 million acquisition of High Ridge Brands, the largest North American consolidation platform focused on acquiring orphaned personal care brands, from Brynwood Partners.
    • HarbourVest Partners in its acquisition from Bank of America of the BAML Capital Access Funds group, a private equity fund-of-funds manager focused on opportunities with emerging managers, diverse managers, the lower middle market and other underserved markets.
    • Ares European Real Estate Fund IV, a $1.3 billion Europe real estate fund.
    • Baring Asia Private Equity Fund VI, a $4 billion pan-Asia private equity fund.
    • Baring Vostok Private Equity Fund V, a $1.5 billion Russia CIS buyout fund.
    • Capital International Private Equity Fund VI, a $3 billion global emerging markets fund.
    • Carlyle Asia Growth Partners IV, a $1 billion Asia growth capital fund.
    • Carlyle MENA Partners, a $500 million Middle East and North Africa buyout fund.
    • Carlyle South America Buyout Fund, a $1 billion South America buyout fund.
    • Carlyle Sub-Saharan Africa Fund, a $698 million Sub-Saharan Africa fund.
    • Carmel Partners Investment Fund V, a $1.025 billion U.S. real estate fund.
    • CDH Fund V, a $2.6 billion China growth capital fund.
    • China-Mexico Fund, a $1.2 billion Mexico energy/telecom fund.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Fund IX, a $6.25 billion North America and Europe buyout fund.
    • Deutsche Bank Secondary Opportunities Fund III, a $1.65 billion U.S. and Europe secondaries fund.
    • Diamond Castle Partners IV, a $1.8 billion U.S. buyout fund.
    • Doughty Hanson & Co. Fund V, a €3 billion Europe buyout fund.
    • Dover Street VIII, a $3.6 billion secondaries fund.
    • EIG Global Energy Partners in the formation of various funds and accounts in the energy and energy-related infrastructure sector, including EIG Energy Fund XVI, a $6 billion global fund.
    • EQT Credit Fund II, an €874 million Europe credit opportunities fund.
    • Newport Global Advisors in the recapitalization of Newport Global Opportunities Fund LP. In the transaction, investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley, LGT Capital and other syndicate investors committed capital to a newly formed Newport-managed fund that acquired substantially all of the portfolio of the existing fund. Existing limited partners elected to either roll their interests into the new fund or receive cash in respect of their interest.
    • Europa Fund IV, a €603 million Europe real estate fund.
    • Exponent Private Equity Partners III, a £1 billion UK buyout fund.
    • Global Infrastructure Partners II, an $8.25 billion infrastructure fund.
    • GSO Credit Alpha Annex Fund, a $960 million North America and Western Europe credit opportunities fund.
    • GSO Energy Select Opportunities Fund, a $3 billion North America power/energy fund.
    • HIPEP VII Investment Program, a $2 billion global investment program.
    • HarbourVest Partners IX, a $2.7 billion investment program.
    • Hony Capital Fund VIII, a $2.2 billion China buyout fund.
    • Kelso Investment Associates IX, a $2.6 billion U.S. buyout fund.
    • KKR Energy Income and Growth Fund I, a $2 billion energy and natural resources fund.
    • Littlejohn Fund V, a $2 billion U.S. distressed fund.
    • Morgan Stanley Credit Partners II, a $963 million credit opportunities fund.
    • Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia IV, a $1.7 billion Asia buyout fund.
    • Navis Asia Fund VII, a $1.4 billion Asia buyout fund.
    • North Haven Infrastructure Partners II, a $3.6 billion global infrastructure fund.
    • Oaktree European Principal Fund III, a €3.16 billion Europe buyout fund.
    • Oaktree Mezzanine Fund IV, an $852 million North America mezzanine fund.
    • Oaktree Opportunities Fund IX, a $5.1 billion global distressed debt fund.
    • Oaktree Power Opportunities Fund IV, a $1.1 billion U.S. energy and infrastructure 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.
    • Oaktree Real Estate Opportunities Fund VI, a $2.7 billion global real estate fund.
    • Och-Ziff Real Estate Fund III, a $1.5 billion U.S. real estate fund.
    • Odyssey Investment Partners Fund V, a $2 billion U.S. buyout fund.
    • One Equity Secondary Fund, a $1.5 billion U.S. secondaries fund.
    • Park Square Capital Credit Opportunities II, a $2.4 billion senior debt programme.
    • JFL Equity Investors IV, an $833 million buyout fund.
    • Park Square Capital Partners III, a €1.2 billion subordinated debt fund.
    • Pharos Capital Partners III, a $525 million U.S. growth equity fund program focused on the healthcare and business services sectors.
    • Providence Equity Partners VII, a $5.1 billion global media and communications fund.
    • Providence Debt Opportunity Fund II, a $721 million senior credit and credit opportunities fund.
    • Prudential Capital Partners IV, a $1.15 billion U.S. mezzanine fund.
    • Rockpoint Core Plus Real Estate Fund I, a $950 million U.S. real estate fund.
    • Rockpoint Real Estate Fund V, a $3.3 billion U.S. real estate fund.
    • Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners Fund IX, a $678 million U.S. real estate fund.
    • SAIF Partners IV, a $1.28 billion Asia and India growth capital fund.
    • Tenex Capital Partners II, an $800 million North America buyout fund.
    • TPF II (Tenaska), a $2.4 billion U.S. energy fund.
    • Trident VI, a $4.25 billion global financial services buyout fund.
    • Vinci Capital Partners II, a $1.4 billion Brazil fund.
    • FFL Capital Partners IV, a $2 billion North America buyout fund.