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Loyens & Loeff advises IK Investment Partners on its largest fund ever

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg S.à r.l. advised IK Investment Partners S.à r.l. on the setting-up of the IK IX Fund.

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Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg S.à r.l. advised IK Investment Partners S.à r.l., a leading Pan-European private equity firm, on Luxembourg regulatory and legal aspects of the setting up, structuring, financing and closing of its ninth Mid Cap fund, the IK IX Fund, the largest fund the firm ever raised. The team also advised on the implementation of a master multi-currency equity bridge facilities and a management line related to the IK IX Fund. With an initial target of commitments amounting to EUR 2.5 billion, the mid-market firm eventually reached the fund hard cap of EUR 2.85 billion.

Congratulations to our investment management fund finance and tax teams for their involvement in this transaction!

About IK Investments Partners

IK Investment Partners is a Pan-European private equity firm focused on investments in the Nordics, DACH region, France, Benelux, and the UK. Since 1989, IK has nearly EUR 13 billion of capital and invested in over 130 European companies. Across its strategies, IK funds support companies with strong underlying potential, partnering with management teams and investors to create robust, well-positioned businesses with excellent long-term prospects.

For more information about the fund, please refer to the client’s website.



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