Kirkland & Ellis LLP counseled Huron Capital Partners on the formation of The Huron Flex Equity Fund, L.P. (the Fund), which announced its final closing with $142 million of total capital commitments, beating its $100 million target. The Fund will make non-control investments in the lower middle market and intends to provide customized and flexible solutions to help business owners accomplish a variety of growth and liquidity objectives. The Fund’s limited partners include endowments, foundations, multi-manager funds, corporate pensions and family offices. Read the company’s press release here.
The Kirkland team was led by investment funds partners Nicholas DiCrescenzo and Bruce Ettelson and associates Zachary Oswald and Michael Wester, and included investment management partner Michael Chu and tax partner Daniel Meehan.
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