The Jordan Company’s Acquisition of Arclin

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher advised Arclin and Lone Star, while Ropes & Gray and Kirkland & Ellis advised TJC on the deal.

The Jordan Company executed its acquisition of Arclin from Lone Star. 

Arclin is a chemistry-based provider of highly technical, engineered products for the residential building products market and other industries.

TJC, founded in 1982, is a middle-market private equity firm that has managed funds with original capital commitments in excess of $15 billion. 

Lone Star, a global private equity firm founded by John Grayken, invests on behalf of its limited partners, which include institutional investors such as pension funds and sovereign wealth funds, as well as foundations and endowments that support medical research, higher education, and other philanthropic causes. 

RBC Capital Markets, LLC is acting as financial advisor to Arclin and Lone Star. Barclays Capital, Inc. is acting as financial advisor to TJC.

The Ropes & Gray team representing The Jordan Company was led by mergers & acquisitions partner Carl Marcellino (Picture; New York), and included real estate partner Peter Alpert (Boston), real estate counsel Annise Maguire (Washington D.C.), tax partners Amanda Holt (Boston) and Benjamin Rogers (San Francisco), employment, executive compensation & benefits partner Matt Jones (Chicago), employment, executive compensation & benefits counsel Stephanie Bruce (Boston), and private equity associates Kim Ton-That and Gabrielle DiBernardi (both of New York).

Involved fees earner: Peter Alpert – Ropes & Gray; Stephanie Bruce – Ropes & Gray; Gabrielle DiBernardi – Ropes & Gray; Amanda Holt – Ropes & Gray; Matthew Jones – Ropes & Gray; Annise Maguire – Ropes & Gray; Carl Marcellino – Ropes & Gray; Benjamin Rogers – Ropes & Gray; Kim Ton-That – Ropes & Gray;

Law Firms: Ropes & Gray;

Clients: The Jordan Company (TJC);

Martina Bellini

Author: Martina Bellini