Allegro Funds establishes $600m fund

Allegro Funds establishes $600m fund

23 November 2021 By Lauren Croft
Allegro Funds establishes 600m fund

G+T has advised an Australian private equity firm on the establishment and closing of a new fund that received approximately $600 million of capital commitments from a mix of domestic and international investors.

Firm: Gilbert + Tobin (Allegro Funds).


Deal: Gilbert + Tobin has advised Allegro Funds on the successful establishment and first closing of Allegro Fund IV, doubling capital commitments from the previous fund.

Value: $600 million approx.


Area: Equity.

Key players: The G+T team was led by investment funds partner Nathan Cahill, with support from lawyers Michael Mellon, Nick Schaefer, Alisa Chak, Logan O’Brien, and Jackson Kang.

Deal significance: Founded in Australia in 2004, Allegro is Australasia’s largest transformation and turnaround private equity firm and provides Transformational Capital – applying capital, expertise and a distinctly hands-on approach to invest in businesses and reposition them for sustained long-term growth.

Commenting on the deal, Mr Cahill said: “It has been great to work with Allegro since their inception and see them evolve into a world sought-after manager.”

Allegro Funds establishes $600m fund
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