Latham & Watkins represented Kennedy Lewis Investment Management LLC in the transaction.
Impulse Dynamics, a global medical device company a medical device company organized in Curacao and headquartered in New Jersey focusing on heart failure conditions, has announced the completion of a US$101 million financing round comprised of both equity and debt. Participants include new investors, Alger and Squarepoint Capital LLC; existing investors, Abiomed, Inc. and Kennedy Lewis Investment Management LLC; and private investors from the company’s Board of Directors, including the company’s CEO, Simos Kedikoglou, MD.
Kennedy Lewis Investment Management is an opportunistic credit manager focusing on event-driven situations in which a catalyst may unlock investment value.
Latham & Watkins LLP represented Kennedy Lewis Investment Management LLC in the financing with a deal team led by Bay Area finance partners Haim Zaltzman (Picture) and Dan Van Fleet, with Houston associates Benjamin Gelfand and Hunter Newell. Advice was also provided on corporate matters by Bay Area partner Jim Morrone; on tax matters by Los Angeles partner Eric Cho and associate Kathryn Harrington; and on German law matters by Frankfurt corporate partner Torsten Volkholz and Hamburg finance associate Anna-Maria Kuckerz.
Involved fees earner: Eric Cho – Latham & Watkins; Benjamin Gelfand – Latham & Watkins; Kathryn Harrington – Latham & Watkins; Anna-Maria Kuckerz – Latham & Watkins; Jim Morrone – Latham & Watkins; Hunter Newell – Latham & Watkins; Dan Van Fleet – Latham & Watkins; Torsten Volkholz – Latham & Watkins; Haim Zaltzman – Latham & Watkins;
Law Firms: Latham & Watkins;
Clients: Kennedy Lewis Investment Management LLC;