Goodwin advised WestView Capital Partners on the closing of WestView Capital Partners IV at $700 million.
Investors in the fund include a blue-chip roster of institutional investors comprised of leading endowments, public and private pensions, fund of funds and family offices as well as many former and current portfolio company executives. WestView IV will invest in middle-market growth companies in partnership with exceptional management teams. WestView experienced strong demand for its fourth fund, which was significantly over-subscribed.
WestView is a Boston-based private equity firm focused exclusively on middle-market growth companies. The company currently manages approximately $1.7 billion in assets and commits $15 million to $60 million of equity to companies in a variety of recapitalization, growth, buyout and consolidation transactions. The firm, led by Carlo A. von Schroeter, Richard J. Williams, Kevin M. Daury, John H. Turner and Matthew T. Carroll, invests in business services, industrial and manufacturing, software and information technology services, consumer, healthcare technology and outsourcing, growth industrial, technology enabled companies, distribution and logistics, consumer products and retail, healthcare services, environmental services, and media and publishing
The Goodwin team was led by partner Thomas Beaudoin (Picture) and included partners James Donohue and Jason Vollbracht; and associates Adam Aramati, Andrew Collins, Mirela Hristova and Andrew Wilson.
Involved fees earner: Thomas Beaudoin – Goodwin Procter; James Donohue – Goodwin Procter; Adam Aramati – Goodwin Procter; Andrew Collins – Goodwin Procter; Mirela Hristova – Goodwin Procter; Jason Vollbracht – Goodwin Procter; Andrew Wilson – Goodwin Procter;
Law Firms: Goodwin Procter;
Clients: WestView Capital Partners;