Ropes & Gray advised The Vistria Group, a private investment firm focused on delivering both financial returns and societal impact, in a strategic minority investment by Hunter Point Capital and ADQ. The announcement was made public on November 15 in a press release.
Vistria is a Chicago-based firm with nearly $9.5 billion in assets under management with a sector-focused strategy across healthcare, knowledge and learning, and financial services. HPC is an investment firm focused on making minority investments in middle-market alternative asset managers across private equity, credit, real estate, and infrastructure. ADQ is an Abu Dhabi-based investment and holding company with a broad portfolio of investments.
The Ropes & Gray team included private equity partners Neill Jakobe and Martin Ruhaak, private equity counsel Sarah Davis, benefits partner Jennifer Cormier, asset management partner Amanda Persaud, asset management counsel John Wang and tax partners Dan Zuckerman and Jim Brown.
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