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Campbell Lutyens advises on $18 billion in fundraisings and secondary transactions for US clients

Campbell Lutyens advises on $18 billion in fundraisings and secondary transactions for US clients

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Date: 22 October 2018

Campbell Lutyens advises on $18 billion in fundraisings and secondary transactions for US clients

  • US team has doubled in size over past 18 months to support increased demand for the firm’s fund placement and secondary advisory services
  • Acted as exclusive advisor to leading US GPs, including Webster Capital, Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners and John Hancock Infrastructure Fund since early 2017

New York (17 October 2018) – Campbell Lutyens, one of the leading global private capital advisors, reported today that its US team has advised on $18 billion in fundraisings and secondary transactions for US clients since 2017, reflecting continued momentum in the growth of its business in North America.

Campbell Lutyens’ fund placement team has completed fundraisings for leading US private equity, infrastructure and private debt managers in the past 18 months. In mid-market private equity, Campbell Lutyens acted as exclusive global placement agent for Webster Capital and advisor for Gauge Capital on their successful final closes of $875 million and $500 million, respectively.

The firm acted as global placement agent for Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners’ third fund, which closed at $7.2 billion, the largest North American-focused infrastructure fund raised to date. In addition, Campbell Lutyens was exclusive advisor to Starwood Energy Infrastructure Fund III, at over $1.2 billion, and Meridiam North America III, at $1.2 billion.

In private debt, Campbell Lutyens acted as placement agent working in conjunction with the San Francisco-based White Oak marketing team on White Oak Yield Spectrum Fund, which raised $2.1 billion and is now closed to outside investors.

Campbell Lutyens’ secondaries advisory team was the exclusive financial advisor to the $2.0 billion John Hancock Infrastructure Fund, the largest GP-led secondary deal in the US this year, which closed in July 2018. The team also advised on over $2.4 billion of other secondary transactions for leading North American LPs and GPs.

The firm’s US team has grown to over 35 people across offices in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.

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