Ogier, alongside lead counsel Latham & Watkins, advised Quadriga Capital on the launch and closing of Quadriga Capital Private Equity Fund VI.The fund, which operates as parallel Jersey and Luxembourg funds, will invest in medium sized unquoted companies with business operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and neighbouring countries.
The fund will seek to generate long-term capital returns by making acquisitions focused on controlling majority stakes which require equity investments, plus co-investments, from its limited partners, where required.
Quadriga Capital is a long-established and highly regarded pioneer of mid-market private equity in Germany. Since its founding, Quadriga Capital has evolved into a sector focused investment firm with a predominantly directly sourced portfolio of platform investments and technology driven mid-cap management buy-outs.
The Ogier Jersey team was led by partner Niamh Lalor (Picture), and was supported by senior associate Joanna Christensen and associate Ryan Ripamonti. The Ogier Luxembourg team was led by partner Anne-Gaëlle Delabye, supported by senior associate Milan Hauber and associate Céline Delinte. Ogier advised on all Jersey and Luxembourg law matters, including the structuring of co-investment vehicles tailored for investor needs and a special purpose vehicle in relation to an acquisition in the GBA Group.
Involved fees earner: Joanna Christensen – Ogier LLP; Anne-Gaëlle Delabye – Ogier LLP; Céline Delinte – Ogier LLP; Milan Hauber – Ogier LLP; Niamh Lalor – Ogier LLP; Ryan Ripamonti – Ogier LLP; Law Firms: Ogier LLP; Clients: Quadriga Capital;