Kirkland & Ellis LLP represented Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm focused on investing in founder-led middle market businesses, on the successful closing of its fifth committed capital investment fund, Thompson Street Capital Partners V LP (TSCP V), at the hard cap with total commitments of $1.15 billion. The fund was oversubscribed and exceeded the original $850 million target. The full client release is available here.
The Kirkland team was led by investment funds partners John Muno, Bruce Ettelson and Corey Zarse and associates Zack Oswald, Noah Mullin, Julia Trotta; and tax partner Dan Meehan.
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