Experience

    • Elliott Management in its investment leading Speyside’s single asset continuation fund to support the future growth of its portfolio company Opta.
    • Rithm in its acquisition of Sculptor Capital Management, a multi-strategy hedge fund manager, in a transaction valued at approximately $639 million.
    • Sun Life in its 15-year exclusive bancassurance partnership with Dah Sing Bank.
    • Mitsui in the formation of the Blue Water Alliance, a joint venture in partnership with Olin Corporation.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in its acquisition of a majority stake in the industrial businesses of Roper Technologies, which operates market-leading businesses that design and develop vertical software and application-specific products, in a transaction valued at $3.7 billion.
    • DoubleVerify, a Providence Equity Partners portfolio company and a leading software platform for digital media measurement and analytics, in its acquisition of OpenSlate, a content-focused measurement and analytics company.
    • Ant Group in its agreement to form joint ventures with Mail.ru Group, USM, MegaFon, and RDIF in payments and financial services.
    • Alibaba in the joint venture of its AliExpress business in Russia with the Russian Direct Investment Fund, MegaFon and Mail.ru, aimed at integrating Russia’s key consumer internet and e-commerce platforms.
    • Capital Group in its acquisition of an equity stake in Intas Pharmaceuticals, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in India, from ChrysCapital, an India-focused private equity firm.
    • Five Arrows, the alternative assets arm of Rothschild & Co., in its acquisition of a majority stake in n2y, a provider of comprehensive, SaaS-based solutions for students with unique learning challenges.
    • INDICOR, a Clayton, Dubilier & Rice portfolio company, in the $670 million sale of its Compressor Controls Corporation division, a leading provider of turbomachinery control and optimization solutions, to Honeywell.
    • AIA Group in its $600 million offering of 4.95% notes, due 2033.
    • EIG in the establishment of a fund to purchase a portion of the upstream assets from a public oil company.
    • Providence Equity Partners in its investment in a multi-decade lease for nine marquee billboards at Two Times Square and 1600 Broadway from Universal Branding Group.
    • TransDev, a global provider of mobility services, in its acquisition of FirstTransit, an EQT Infrastructure portfolio company.
    • Baring Private Equity Asia in the formation of Baring Private Equity Asia Fund VIII, a $11.2 billion pan-Asia private equity fund.
    • Carlyle, as majority owner of Syniverse, in Twilio’s $750 million investment in Syniverse.
    • Constellation, backed by institutional investors Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board, in its acquisition of and $500 million capital contribution to Ohio National, as part of Ohio National’s demutualization process.
    • DoubleVerify, a Providence Equity Partners portfolio company and a leading software platform for digital media measurement and analytics, in its secondary public offering of 9.2 million shares of common stock at $31.25 per share.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in its acquisition of PwC’s Global Mobility Tax and Immigration Services practice, the global leader in employee tax, immigration, business travel, cross-border managed services, and payroll solutions to multinational organizations and their employees.
    • Sun Life in its $2.475 billion acquisition of DentaQuest.
    • International Paper, a global producer of renewable fiber-based packaging and pulp products, in the separation and spin-off of its global printing papers business, Sylvamo, and related financing arrangements.
    • Fortitude Re, a Carlyle portfolio company, in its acquisition of a $31 billion block of legacy variable annuities from Prudential Financial for a total transaction value of $2.2 billion.
    • Carlyle, as majority owner of Syniverse, in Syniverse’s $2.85 billion merger, later terminated, with special purpose acquisition company M3-Brigade Acquisition II Corp. resulting in Syniverse becoming a publicly traded company.
    • Covanta in its sale to EQT in a transaction valued at more than $5 billion, in which EQT acquired all shares of Covanta common stock for $20.25 per share.
    • Constellation, backed by institutional investors Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board, in its acquisition of Columbian Mutual Life Insurance Company, as part of Columbian’s demutualization process.
    • AIA in its $1.86 billion equity investment in China Post Life.
    • NLMK in its €500 million Eurobond offering of 1.45% notes due 2026 and a related tender offer for outstanding notes due 2023 and 2024 for the aggregate principal amount of $470.6 million.
    • Discovery, Inc. in the acquisition of WarnerMedia from AT&T in a Reverse Morris Trust transaction that values the combined entity at approximately $130 billion.
    • A global insurance company in advice on the implications of potential changes to U.S. regulatory treatment of Hong Kong.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in its sale of a minority stake in Belron to Hellman & Friedman, BlackRock and GIC, which valued the company at €21 billion.
    • Ascot Group Limited in its $400 million offering of its 4.250% senior notes due 2030.
    • Cornerstone Building Brands in the pricing of its $500 million offering of 6.125% unsecured senior notes due 2029.
    • Steven Cohen and Cohen Private Ventures in the $2.4 billion acquisition of the Mets.
    • Gogo, the leading inflight Internet company, in the successful sale of its commercial aviation business to Intelsat, which was in Chapter 11 at the time of the transaction, for $400 million.
    • Third Point Re in its $788 million merger with Sirius Group.
    • Prudential Financial, in partnership with LeapFrog Investments, in its acquisition of a strategic minority interest in Alexander Forbes Group Holdings Limited, a leading provider of financial advice, retirement, investment, and holistic wealth management services in South Africa, by way of a bilateral acquisition from Mercer Africa Limited and a partial tender offer on the JSE to eligible shareholders.
    • An insurance management services company in a post-acquisition sanctions and anti-corruption compliance review.

Education

  • University of Oxford, 2013, M.Sc
  • Georgetown University Law Center, 2012, J.D.
  • Georgetown University, 2007, M.A.
  • Columbia University, 2004, B.A.