Arcline Investment Management’s Acquisition of EPS-NASS

Kirkland & Ellis advised Industrial Growth Partners on the deal.

Industrial Growth Partners (“IGP”) executed the simultaneous sale of Electric Power Systems International, Inc. and North American Substation Services (collectively “EPS-NASS”) to an investment affiliate of Arcline Investment Management.

EPS-NASS provides comprehensive, specialized services across transformers, protective relay and control systems, and other related substation apparatus equipment such as breakers, batteries and switchgear. As part of the transaction IGP has reinvested in EPS-NASS.

Stifel and William Blair served as financial advisors to IGP in connection with the transaction.

Founded in 1997, IGP is a San Francisco-based specialist private investment partnership focused exclusively on acquiring middle-market industrial manufacturing businesses.

Kirkland & Ellis advised Industrial Growth Partners with a team led by corporate partners Hamed Meshki (Picture), Luke Guerra and Evan Roberts and associates Stella Lee, Spencer Brass and Christopher Santana, and antitrust partners Andrea Murino and Michael Thorpe. 

Involved fees earner: Andrea Agathoklis Murino – Kirkland & Ellis; Spencer Brass – Kirkland & Ellis; Luke Guerra – Kirkland & Ellis; Stella Lee – Kirkland & Ellis; Hamed Meshki – Kirkland & Ellis; Evan Roberts – Kirkland & Ellis; Christopher Santana – Kirkland & Ellis; Michael Thorpe – Kirkland & Ellis;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis;

Clients: Industrial Growth Partners ;

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Martina Bellini

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Arcline Investment Management’s Acquisition of EPS-NASS

Kirkland & Ellis advised Industrial Growth Partners on the deal.

Industrial Growth Partners (“IGP”) executed the simultaneous sale of Electric Power Systems International, Inc. and North American Substation Services (collectively “EPS-NASS”) to an investment affiliate of Arcline Investment Management.

EPS-NASS provides comprehensive, specialized services across transformers, protective relay and control systems, and other related substation apparatus equipment such as breakers, batteries and switchgear. As part of the transaction IGP has reinvested in EPS-NASS.

Stifel and William Blair served as financial advisors to IGP in connection with the transaction.

Founded in 1997, IGP is a San Francisco-based specialist private investment partnership focused exclusively on acquiring middle-market industrial manufacturing businesses.

Kirkland & Ellis advised Industrial Growth Partners with a team led by corporate partners Hamed Meshki (Picture), Luke Guerra and Evan Roberts and associates Stella Lee, Spencer Brass and Christopher Santana, and antitrust partners Andrea Murino and Michael Thorpe. 

Involved fees earner: Andrea Agathoklis Murino – Kirkland & Ellis; Spencer Brass – Kirkland & Ellis; Luke Guerra – Kirkland & Ellis; Stella Lee – Kirkland & Ellis; Hamed Meshki – Kirkland & Ellis; Evan Roberts – Kirkland & Ellis; Christopher Santana – Kirkland & Ellis; Michael Thorpe – Kirkland & Ellis;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis;

Clients: Industrial Growth Partners ;

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Martina Bellini

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