Kirkland & Ellis has advised EMR Capital, a specialist mining private equity manager, which recently closed EMR Capital Resources Fund 1. The fund was oversubscribed and closed with aggregate capital commitments of US$450 million. The fund, which will make investments in global metals and mining companies and projects, accepted commitments from a broad mix of global institutional investors, including endowments, foundations, family offices and fund of funds.
The Kirkland team acted as international legal counsel to EMR Capital and was led by London-based private funds partner Christopher Braunack and New York-based tax partner David Grenker.
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