Kirkland & Ellis represented Arlington Capital Partners, a Washington, D.C. area based private equity investment firm focused on government-regulated sectors, in the successful raising of its latest fund, Arlington Capital Partners V, L.P. with total capital commitments of approximately $1.7 billion.
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The Kirkland team was led by investment fund partners John Budetti and Esther Chiang and associate Sheldon Laing. The team also included investment funds partner Robert Sutton and associate Jaime Goldstein, tax partners Daniel Meehan and Alec Campbell and associate Kyle Litfin, and employee benefits partner Elizabeth Dyer.
Kirkland is a global leader in providing sophisticated advice to investment fund sponsors, institutional investors and other market participants in the alternative investment fund space. Kirkland offers clients the unsurpassed resources of a large, integrated, multidisciplinary, global team located across offices in the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific. With more than 380 dedicated Investment Funds attorneys, few firms approach the breadth, depth and scope of Kirkland’s experience in investment funds legal services. Since January 2016, Kirkland has advised over 400 funds with total capital commitments in excess of $650 billion.