Ropes & Gray advised Aquiline Capital Partners in its majority investment in Quicken Inc., maker of America's best-selling personal finance software. Terms of the transaction, announced on Sept. 9, were not disclosed. The press release is here.
Aquiline, a New York- and London-based private investment firm with $6.9 billion in assets under management.
The Ropes & Gray team that advised Aquiline Capital was led by private equity partner Scott Abramowitz (New York) and included private equity associate Samuel Levitt (New York), tax counsel Alyssa Kollmeyer (Boston), finance partner Andrea Hwang (New York), finance counsel Nichole Lopez-Tackett (Chicago), employment, executive compensation & benefits Danna Kivell (New York), employment, executive compensation & benefits Stephanie Bruce (Boston), IP transactions partner Edward Black (Boston), tax partner Pamela Glazier (Boston), data, privacy & cybersecurity counsel Kevin Angle (Boston) and litigation & enforcement counsel Steven Kaye (Boston).
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