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09 December 2019 / deal

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg advised Standish Management in the acquisition of Halsey Group

We advised Standish Management, one of the leading independent providers of fund administration services to Private Equity, Venture Capital and Real Estate managers, in the acquisition of Luxembourg-based Halsey Group.

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The share purchase agreement was signed in October 2019 and parties are now working towards completion. The acquisition extends Standish’s service offering and brings together Halsey’s long-tenured team and large client base across the U.S. and UK, with Standish’s reputation and expertise across PE, VC and Real Estate funds.

The Loyens & Loeff team was led by Corporate M&A Partner Hida Ozveren, with the support of Ana Andreiana, Senior Associate and Diogo Morgado Filipe, Associate (Corporate M&A), Alvaro Garrido Mesa, Senior Associate (Banking & Finance), Farah Jeraj, Counsel and Luc Schons, Associate (Litigation & Risk Management), and Melanie Staes, Associate (Tax).

About Standish Management

Founded in 2007, Standish has grown steadily and currently has over $100 billion in committed capital under administration, administering over 1,200 entities and reporting to more than 25,000 LPs. Standish is based in San Francisco with major offices in Los Angeles, Palo Alto, Boston, Seattle, Dallas, Denver, Chicago, and New York.

About Halsey Group

Established in Luxembourg for more than 20 years and regulated by the CSSF as a Specialised PFS firm, Halsey Group is an independent provider of specialised fund administration and corporate services to alternative investment managers around the world.

More details about the deal can be found here and here.



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