NEW YORK, Apr 01, 2019 — After launching on January 2, 2019, American Industrial Partners (“AIP”), a middle market private equity firm, has held a first and final close on its seventh fund, American Industrial Partners Capital Fund VII, LP (“Fund VII”). Fund VII closed at its hard cap with $3 billion in LP commitments and was oversubscribed.
For nearly 30 years, AIP has executed its strategy of investing in North America-headquartered industrial companies, using the firm’s deep operational and engineering capabilities to transform acquired companies. Fund VII secured commitments from a globally-diversified investor base comprised of endowments, insurance companies, fund of funds, gatekeepers, family offices, pension plans, and sovereign wealth funds.
The team at Acalyx Advisors, who worked alongside AIP to raise its fourth, fifth, and sixth vehicles, served as exclusive placement advisor for Fund VII. Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP served as legal counsel to AIP for Fund VII.
About American Industrial Partners
American Industrial Partners is an operationally-oriented private equity firm that makes control investments in industrial businesses serving domestic and global markets. The firm has deep roots in the industrial economy and has been active in private equity investing since 1989. To date, AIP has completed over 95 transactions and currently has approximately $7 billion of assets under management on behalf of leading pension, endowment and financial institutions. For more information on AIP, visit www.americanindustrial.com.
SOURCE American Industrial Partners