Trilantic Capital Partners

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Trilantic Capital Partners
Type Private
Industry Private equity
Predecessors Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking
Founded 2009[1]
Headquarters New York, New York, United States London, England
Key people Charles Ayres, Chairman of Trilantic Executive Committee
Vittorio Pignatti-Morano, Chairman of Trilantic Europe[2]
Products Leveraged buyout, Growth capital
Total assets $6.0 billion[3]
Employees 35+
Parent Lehman Brothers (prior)
Website [1]

Trilantic Capital Partners(Trilantic) is a global private equity firm focused on control and significant minority investments across a range of industries in North America and Europe managed by Trilantic North America and Trilantic Europe.[4] The firm specializes in management buyouts, recapitalizations, growth equity, middle market investments and corporate divestitures investments. Trilantic invests through equity and equity-linked securities transactions.[5]

Trilantic North America primarily targets investments in the business services, consumer, energy and financial services sectors; Trilantic Europe primarily targets investments in the business services, consumer & leisure, healthcare, industrial and TMT sectors.[6][7] The firm currently manages four institutional private equity funds with aggregate capital commitments of approximately $6.0 billion, as of December 2013.[8]

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Trilantic was formed in 2009 by five founding partners, all of whom had worked together at Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking (“LBMB”).[9][10] LBMB was originally founded in 1986 during the 1980s leveraged buyout boom as the private equity arm of Lehman Brothers.[11] In April 2009, Trilantic acquired LBMB out of the bankruptcy estate of Lehman Brothers with the support of Reinet Investments S.C.A, a Luxembourg securitization vehicle controlled by the Rupert family and listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.[12]


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