CP Eaton Partners announces 50th fund closing
Alternative asset management placement agent CP Eaton Partners has announced the closing of its 50th fundraising, marking more than USD27bn in total capital raised. The firm crossed the threshold with Alinda Capital Partners I, a debut infrastructure fund for which CP Eaton raised USD3bn, three times the original target of USD1bn.
'The close of our fiftieth fund represents a landmark in the firm's 24-year history,' says founder and managing partner Charlie Eaton. 'As an independent global firm focused on bringing together institutional investors and the industry's most successful, innovative funds, CP Eaton and the alternative asset class have grown up together.'
'We're particularly pleased to have hit this mark in the course of working with Alinda Capital, which is leading the way for investors seeking access to the rapidly growing infrastructure market. The ascent of vehicles targeting infrastructure, emerging markets, structured products and other themes illustrates how dynamic the institutional market is today.'
CP Eaton is currently in the market with nine funds that will invest in US real estate opportunity, core capital assets, European real estate, structured finance, India private equity, distressed CLO and bank loan debt, high-yield structured commercial real estate commercial mortgage-backed securities, structured equity and a fund of hedge funds.
Founded in 1983, CP Eaton Partners raises institutional capital for investment managers for all alternative strategies. Its headquarters are in Rowayton, Connecticut, with offices in La Jolla, California, Shanghai, and London.
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