Ropes & Gray represented Northleaf Capital Partners and AVALT in their acquisition of AMAROK, LLC. Funds managed by Northleaf and AVALT have together acquired a majority interest in AMAROK with the company’s management team retaining a minority interest. The transaction was announced on Dec. 13 in a press release.
AMAROK is a leading provider of perimeter security infrastructure solutions in the United States. Northleaf Capital is a global private markets investment firm with more than $18 billion in private equity, private credit and infrastructure commitments under management. AVALT is a family office that invests only its own principals' capital in high quality companies that have significant long-term potential.
The team that represented Northleaf and AVALT was led by private equity partner Charlie Boer and included tax partner Pamela Glazier (Boston), benefits partner Jennifer Rikoski, leveraged finance partner Alexander Zeltser, litigation & enforcement counsel Gregory Demers (all of Boston), mergers & acquisitions counsel Thomas Burke (New York), senior employment, executive compensation & benefits counsel David Mandel (Boston), private equity partner Newcomb Stillwell (Boston), litigation & enforcement partner Nicholas Berg (Chicago), real estate partner Peter Alpert (Boston) and tax counsel Sara Clevering (Boston).
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