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Barton Clark

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Barton Clark is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Corporate Department. He previously served as the global Co-chair of the Investment Funds Practice. Mr. Clark represents private equity funds and their sponsors and advisers, as well as other market participants, both internationally and in the United States. His practice addresses fund formation, portfolio investment structuring, sponsor equity and governance arrangements, as well as joint ventures and other strategic transactions. As part of his practice, Mr. Clark advises sponsors of private investment funds on registration and compliance matters under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and the Investment Company Act of 1940.

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Corporate Partner

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United States: Investment fund formation and management

Private equity funds (including venture capital)

Within: Private equity funds (including venture capital)

Latham & Watkins LLP’s bicoastal team covers a range of formation work in areas including traditional buyout funds and energy-focused funds. In the New York office, Andrea Schwartzman handled the formation of Great Hill Equity Partners VI, which hit its $1.5bn hard cap in one closing. Also in New York, Kathleen Walsh assisted VMG Partners with forming its fourth fund, which raised $550m for low- to mid-market buyouts in the fast-moving consumer goods arena, and counsel Matthew Chase advised ONCAP on forming ONCAP IV, a buyout fund targeting mid-market companies. Barton Clark in Washington DC advised Riverstone Holdings on forming a $5bn fund investing in the energy and power business. In California, Nadia Sager, who divides her time between San Diego and Los Angeles, advised Mountain Capital, a new manager formed by Apollo alumnus Samuel Oh, on its $622m debut fund. Latin America is another area of expertise for the team.

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