Kirkland Represents HGGC in Strategic Minority Investment by Dyal Capital Partners
Kirkland & Ellis represented HGGC, a leading technology-focused private equity firm, on the sale of a passive, non-voting minority stake in its business to Dyal Capital Partners, a division of Neuberger Berman. Terms of the investment were not disclosed.
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The Kirkland team was led by investment funds partner Daniel Lavon-Krein and transactional partner Michael Reeves, and included investment funds partners Justin Solomon and Steve Yoo and associates Chris Urruela Stauss, Michael Lee and Ike Ikeme; debt finance partners Jocelyn Hirsch and Aditi Iyer and associate Thomas Koester; tax partners Don Rocap and Dan Meehan and associate Miles Johnson; employee benefits partners Elizabeth Dyer and Melissa Grim and associate Erica Rozow; and international trade and national security associate Luci Hague.
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