Friday SWFI News Roundup, October 9, 2015

TA Associates to Acquire Russell Investments

Private equity firm TA Associates is acquiring Russell Investments’ money management and investment consultant businesses from the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) for US$ 1.15 billion in cash. New York-based Reverence Capital Partners is partnering with TA Associates in buying Russell Investments and will take a minority position in the company. Goodwin Procter LLP is providing legal counsel services to TA Associates and Reverence Capital. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is serving as legal counsel to LSEG. Broadhaven Capital Partners is advising TA Associates and Reverence Capital, and J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs are advising LSEG and Russell Investments.

Temasek Goes After Care Hospitals

Singapore’s Temasek Holdings is in a horse race with TPG Growth and Abraaj Capital on acquiring Care Hospitals in a deal worth around US$ 270 million. Care Hospitals are a multi-specialty healthcare chain in India. The seller is Advent International, a majority owner in Care Hospitals. Advent International is being advised by Moelis & Co.

Angola SWF to Invest in Eucalyptus Forests

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