Recent Closings
  • White Deer Energy LP II
    February 2013
    White Deer Energy LP II is a partnership formed to make equity investments in the exploration and production, oilfield service and equipment, and midstream sectors of the oil and gas industry.
  • Energy Capital Partners Mezzanine Opportunities Fund, LP
    February 2013
    Energy Capital Partners Mezzanine Opportunities Fund, LP is a private equity partnership formed to provide mezzanine financing solutions including debt and preferred equity for businesses across the energy value chain.
  • Clearlake Capital Partners III, L.P.
    December 2012
    Clearlake Capital Partners III, L.P. is a private equity limited partnership formed to invest in companies and industries undergoing change and transformation that require patient, long-term capital and operational expertise.
  • German Equity Partners IV
    June 2012
    German Equity Partners IV is a private equity partnership focused on middle market investments in German-speaking Europe.
  • PAG Asia I L.P.
    June 2012
    PAG Asia I L.P. is a private equity partnership focused on controlling equity and equity-like investments in industry-leading businesses with strong growth potential located in Greater China and other Asia regions.
  • Lion Capital Fund III, L.P.
    April 2012
    Lion Capital Fund III, L.P. is a private equity partnership focused on making control investments in mid-sized, consumer-oriented business in Europe and North America.
  • Denham Commodity Partners Fund VI, L.P.
    March 2012
    Denham Commodity Partners VI, L.P. is a partnership formed to identify and invest in companies and assets involving energy and resources, in particular oil & gas, metals & minerals, and power & renewables.
  • Industrial Opportunity Partners II, L.P.
    March 2012
    IOP invests in middle-market manufacturing and value-added distribution companies, with a particular focus on underperforming businesses. The Fund will pursue its proven investment strategy by targeting companies with defensible market positions, stable industry fundamentals and identifiable improvement opportunities. IOP seeks to create equity value by improving portfolio companies operations, cost structure, market position and financial performance.
  • Blackstone Capital Partners VI, L.P.
    January 2012
    Blackstone Capital Partners V, the world's largest corporate private equity fund, closed in 2007. Like its predecessor funds, Fund V will be invested across a broad range of industry sectors and geographic locations.
  • Pacific Alliance Asia Special Situations Fund L.P.
    September 2011
    Pacific Alliance Asia Special Situations Fund L.P. is a private equity partnership focused on making investments across Asia in distressed assets or performing assets trading at distressed levels or wide discounts.
  • Pátria Brazilian Private Equity Fund IV, L.P.
    August 2011
    Pátria Brazilian Private Equity Fund IV, L.P. is a partnership formed to identify and invest in multi-sector private equity investments in small to mid-sized Brazilian companies.
  • Industrial Growth Partners IV, L.P.
    June 2011
    Industrial Growth Partners IV, L.P. is a specialist fund formed to seek capital appreciation through investments in privately held lower middle market manufacturing and manufacturing services companies.
  • VMG Equity Partners II, L.P.
    June 2011
    VMG Equity invests principally in marketing-driven, branded consumer product companies within the U.S. lower-middle market. VMG Equity focuses on private companies in defined industries where VMG Equitys operating and marketing expertise can accelerate value creation. These industries include lifestyle, wellness, food/beverage, personal care and leisure brands
  • Centerbridge Capital Partners II, L.P.
    June 2011
    Centerbridge Capital Partners II, L.P. was formed to focus on private equity and distressed investments. In particular, the fund will seek to opportunistically make (i) private equity investments using Centerbridge's experience in a targeted range of industry verticals and (ii) distressed investments with the primary purpose of obtaining influence over or control of financially troubled companies.
  • Park Square Capital Partners II, L.P.
    March 2011
    Park Square Capital Partners II makes privately negotiated investments in mezzanine securities issued in connection with leveraged buyout transactions in Europe. The Fund seeks to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns for investors from mezzanine investments that combine a significant current income component with long-term capital appreciation and substantial downside protection.
  • Riverwood Capital Partners, L.P.
    March 2011
    Riverwood Capital Partners L.P. was formed to make private equity investments in high-growth businesses, primarily in the global technology, technology-enabled and related growth industries.
  • Astorg V, L.P.
    March 2011
    Astorg V was formed to make equity investments in established European middle-market businesses, primarily headquartered in France.
  • EnCap Energy Capital Fund VIII, L.P.
    January 2011
    EnCap VIII was formed to make privately-negotiated equity investments in the independent sector of the oil and gas industry. The fund will primarily focus on providing growth capital to proven management teams whose principal objective is value creation through the acquisition and exploitation of oil and gas reserves, the development of low-risk drilling opportunities in known producing regions and/or the application of advanced drilling and completion technologies to conventional and unconventional reservoirs in the United States and Canada.
  • Littlejohn Fund IV, L.P.
    October 2010
    Littlejohn IV was formed to make equity investments in underperforming middle market companies in need of operational or strategic turnaround as well as certain investments in debt and other securities of financially distressed companies.
  • Cressey & Company Fund IV, LP
    September 2010
    Cressey & Company Fund IV, L.P. was formed to make investments in leading middle-market healthcare businesses primarily in the facilities and services sectors. The Firm intends to continue executing the target, buy-and-build strategy which entails acquiring an established business and accelerating growth both organically and through acquisitions.
  • Energy Capital Partners II, L.P.
    August 2010
    Energy Capital Partners II was formed to continue and expand the firm’s investment strategy for making investments in existing and new-build energy infrastructure projects, primarily in North America.
  • Linden Capital Partners II, L.P.
    June 2010
    Linden makes private equity and equity-related investments in established middle market healthcare and life science businesses. Linden’s strategy leverages the expertise and network of its team of financial professionals and operating partners to identify, acquire and manage investments in stand-alone and non-core businesses with significant value creation potential.
  • Centerbridge Special Credit Partners, L.P.
    December 2009
    Centerbridge Special Credit Partners was formed to focus on non-control distressed securities investments, seeking to opportunistically make investments across the credit spectrum.
  • Fondinvest VIII
    April 2009
    Fondinvest is a private equity secondary fund focused on the European middle market.
  • Wayzata Opportunities Fund II, LLC
    November 2008
    Wayzata invests primarily in special situations, typically those in bankruptcy or undergoing financial restructuring or reorganization. Wayzata invests throughout the capital structure in situations that it believes are undervalued, including debt and equity securities of public and private companies and special situations. Wayzata emphasizes a focus on the small- and middle-market sectors, targeting companies with underlying physical assets to control risk.
  • GSO Capital Opportunites Fund, L.P.
    August 2008
    GSO Capital principally makes privately negotiated investments in the leveraged finance marketplace. GSO Capital focuses on providing junior capital to companies in connection with leveraged buyouts, acquisitions, recapitalizations and growth financings. These investments include secured debt, subordinated debt, mezzanine securities, preferred stock and private equity.
  • Pátria Brazilian Private Equity Fund III, L.P.
    August 2008
    Pátria – Brazilian Private Equity Fund III, L.P. (“Pátria”) is a partnership formed to identify and invest in multi-sector private equity investments in small to mid-sized Brazilian companies. Pátria intends to pursue opportunities that include consolidation of fragmented industries, spin-offs, divestitures and buy-outs that require growth capital.
  • ProA Capital Iberian Buyout Fund I
    August 2008
    ProA invests in small- to mid-sized companies operating in sectors of the Spanish economy characterized by a high degree of fragmentation and significant future growth opportunities. ProA seeks to take control positions in each of its portfolio company investments, actively creating long-term value through driving operational change and executing selective add-on acquisitions.
  • Halyard Capital Fund II, L.P.
    July 2008
    Halyard Capital Management LLC, (“Halyard”) is a private equity fund manager that makes investments in middle market companies operating within multiple segments of the media, communications and business services industries. Halyard seeks to generate long-term capital appreciation by making both growth capital and buyout investments in opportunities with exceptional management teams, strong growth characteristics, defensible market positions, stable cash flows and inherent franchise value.
  • CMEA Ventures VII, L.P.
    March 2008
    CMEA invests in companies that embrace innovation to build the next generation of high-technology, life sciences, and energy & materials enterprises. The Partnership intends to make venture capital investments in five areas where they see significant technological progress addressing large and attractive markets: (i) information technology, (ii) strategic outsourcing services, (iii) efficient drug development, (iv) medical devices and diagnostics and (v) energy and materials.
  • FSN Capital III, L.P.
    March 2008
    FSN Capital invests in Nordic middle-market companies that offer the potential to generate long-term capital appreciation. FSN’s investment strategy is to create trend shifts in both the operating and financial performance of each portfolio company.
  • Blackstone Credit Liquidity Partners, L.P.
    December 2007
    Blackstone Credit Liquidity Partners L.P. was created to capitalize on credit market dislocations by investing in a broad range of debt and debt-related securities and instruments including bank debt, publicly traded debt securities, bridge financings, securities issued by CDOs, and other debt instruments, all on a global basis.
  • CarVal Investors LLC
    November 2007
    A fund formed to invest in performing and non-performing U.S. residential assets, including loan portfolios.
  • Pegasus Capital Advisors, L.P.
    October 2007
    Pegasus Capital Advisors, L.P. is a private equity fund manager focused on making special situations investments in middle market companies. Pegasus has specific expertise in managing unique and complex transactions involving debt and equity securities across a variety of industries. Pegasus seeks to execute a value-oriented investment strategy where unique structuring, conservative pricing and creating optionality provide protection of principal while creating substantial investment upside.
  • Blackstone Capital Partners V, L.P.
    July 2007
    Placement of the limited partnership interest was arranged by PHG.
  • Industrial Opportunity Partners, L.P.
    June 2007
    Industrial Growth Partners IV, L.P. (the "Fund") was formed to make investments in privately held, lower middle-market manufacturing and manufacturing services companies. The Fund will focus on companies with strong management and in the business-to-business space that provide critical products and services with clear demand.
  • Genstar Capital Partners V, L.P.
    May 2007
    Genstar invests in North American middle-market companies in attractive segments that offer significant revenue and earnings enhancement opportunities. Genstars strategy is to execute control transactions in growth equity, buyouts, recapitalizations and consolidations within the life sciences and healthcare services, business services and software, and industrial technology sectors.
  • VMG Equity Partners, L.P.
    May 2007
    VMG Equity invests principally in marketing-driven, branded consumer product companies within the U.S. lower-middle market. VMG Equity focuses on private companies in defined industries where VMG Equitys operating and marketing expertise can accelerate value creation. These industries include lifestyle, wellness, food/beverage, personal care and leisure brands.
  • Carval CVl Global Value Fund, L.P.
    February 2007
    CarVal Investors LLC (CarVal), formerly Cargill Value Investment, is a global leader in opportunistic value investing. CarVal focuses primarily on investment opportunities in the distressed corporate securities, loan portfolios, real estate, and special situation asset classes. The CVI Global Value Fund intends to continue its 25-year history of successful value investing.
  • Linden Capital Partners, L.P.
    November 2006
    Linden invests in control buyouts in the United States and Canada, focusing on purchasing corporate divisions and spin-outs. The result of a 10-year investing history, Lindens strategy emphasizes the use of its proprietary research and network of industry contacts to identify mature, non-core, or historically low-growth operations with significant value creation potential.
  • Centerbridge Capital Partners, L.P.
    September 2006
    Centerbridge pursues an opportunistic investment strategy, investing in both private equity and distressed securities, two strategies which often prove to be counter-cyclical. Centerbridge typically makes three different types of investments: (i) leveraged buyouts; (ii) distressed or restructuring investments; and (iii) corporate partnerships, and opportunistically invests in all parts of the capital structure and across industry verticals.
  • Wayzata Opportunities Fund, LLC
    May 2006
    Wayzata invests primarily in special situations, typically those in bankruptcy or undergoing financial restructuring or reorganization. Wayzata invests throughout the capital structure in situations that it believes are undervalued, including debt and equity securities of public and private companies and special situations. Wayzata emphasizes a focus on the small- and middle-market sectors, targeting companies with underlying physical assets to control risk.
  • Blackstone Mezzanine Partners II, L.P.
    April 2006
    Blackstone Mezzanine Partners is the Blackstone Groups principal vehicle for pursuing privately negotiated investments in subordinated debt securities. As part of the Blackstone Group, Blackstone Mezzanine benefits from the business and industry-specific knowledge, transaction expertise, market relationships, and deal-sourcing capabilities available throughout the firm.
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