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Daniel James Thomas Lloyd
 

Daniel James Thomas Lloyd

Partner
 
CityPoint | One Ropemaker Street
London EC2Y 9HU EN
 
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A Partner in the Private Funds Practice of the London Office, Dan Lloyd focuses on the formation and operation of private investment funds across a broad range of investment strategies, and other aspects of private investing in alternative asset classes, including separate account arrangements, co-investments and the structuring of executive carried interest and co-investment arrangements. Dan has represented many of the largest and most well-known sponsors of private equity funds, including Apax Partners, Astorg, BC Partners, Bridgepoint, Carlyle, Charterhouse, Cinven, Coller Capital, CVC Capital Partners and EQT, on significant private equity fund formations.

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Work Highlights
  • Carlyle on the establishment of Carlyle Europe Partners V, a €6.4 billion fund
  • CVC on the establishment of its €4.6 billion long-term private equity fund, CVC Strategic Opportunities II; its €16 billion private equity fund, CVC Capital Partners VII; its $1 billion technology fund, CVC Growth Partners; its $3.5 billion private equity fund, CVC Capital Partners Asia Pacific IV; and its €10.9 billion private equity fund, CVC Capital Partners VI
  • Bridgepoint on the establishment of Bridgepoint Europe VI, a €5.8 billion fund
  • Bridgepoint in a strategic minority investment by Dyal Partners
  • Cinven on the establishment of its €10 billion private equity fund, the seventh Cinven fund, in 2019 and its €7 billion private equity fund, the sixth Cinven fund, in 2016
  • Astorg on the establishment of Astorg VII, a €4 billion fund
  • EQT on the establishment of EQT VIII, a €10.75 billion fund
  • Apax on the establishment of Apax IX, a $9 billion private equity fund
  • Charterhouse on the establishment of Charterhouse Capital Partners X, a €2.3 billion fund
  • Coller on the establishment of Coller International Partners VII, a $7.15 billion fund
Education
  • College of Law, London, 2006 Legal Practice Course
  • London School of Economics and Political Science, 2005 LL.B. Law
    2.1
Admissions
  • England and Wales 2009

Dan Lloyd is a Partner in the Private Funds Practice of the London Office. Dan’s practice focuses on the formation and operation of private investment funds across a broad range of investment strategies, and other aspects of private investing in alternative asset classes, including separate account arrangements, co-investments and the structuring of executive carried interest and co-investment arrangements. Dan has represented many of the largest and most well-known sponsors of private equity funds, including Apax Partners, Astorg, BC Partners, Bridgepoint, Carlyle, Charterhouse, Cinven, Coller Capital, CVC Capital Partners and EQT, on significant private equity fund formations.

Some keynote representations include:

  • Carlyle on the establishment of Carlyle Europe Partners V, a €6.4 billion fund
  • CVC on the establishment of its €4.6 billion long-term private equity fund, CVC Strategic Opportunities II; its €16 billion private equity fund, CVC Capital Partners VII; its $1 billion technology fund, CVC Growth Partners; its $3.5 billion private equity fund, CVC Capital Partners Asia Pacific IV; and its €10.9 billion private equity fund, CVC Capital Partners VI
  • Bridgepoint on the establishment of Bridgepoint Europe VI, a €5.8 billion fund
  • Bridgepoint in a strategic minority investment by Dyal Partners
  • Cinven on the establishment of its €10 billion private equity fund, the seventh Cinven fund, in 2019 and its €7 billion private equity fund, the sixth Cinven fund, in 2016
  • Astorg on the establishment of Astorg VII, a €4 billion fund
  • EQT on the establishment of EQT VIII, a €10.75 billion fund
  • Apax on the establishment of Apax IX, a $9 billion private equity fund
  • Charterhouse on the establishment of Charterhouse Capital Partners X, a €2.3 billion fund
  • Coller on the establishment of Coller International Partners VII, a $7.15 billion fund

Dan obtained an LL.B. Law 2.1 from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2005. He also received his L.P.C. from the College of Law, London, in 2006.​​

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