Hogan Lovells advises Pantheon on a €108.8 million credit secondaries transaction

Press releases | 24 January 2022

London, 24 January 2022 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells has advised global private markets investor Pantheon on a €108.8 million credit secondaries transaction with France-based fund manager Eurazeo, involving the establishment of a fund continuation vehicle and the provision of liquidity to Eurazeo’s investors across three of its funds.

Pantheon, a global private markets investor with a $4bn private debt platform and a specialist focus on credit secondaries, led a syndicate that also featured Pennington Partners and Oddo-BHF Private Equity.

The Hogan Lovells team advising Pantheon on the transaction included partner Ed Harris, senior associate Charlotte Monk and associate Lily Wu in the Secondaries team; partner Jeremy Pickles and associate Sophie Marson in the Investment Funds team; and counsel Natalia Psaila in the Tax team.