Trilantic Capital Partners

Trilantic Capital Partners is a private equity investment firm focused on leveraged buyout and growth capital investments in middle-market companies across a range of industries in the US and Europe. The firm was formerly known as Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking (LBMB), the buyout arm of Lehman Brothers.

In 2009, Trilantic was formed by its five founding partners as part of the bankruptcy of Lehman, the LBMB business was sold to its partners and a minority interest was acquired by Reinet Investments, a listed investment trust controlled by the Rupert family and chaired by South African businessman Johann Rupert.

The original Lehman group, which was based in New York City, was founded in 1986 and is currently investing from a $2.6 billion fund raised prior to the bankruptcy of Lehman. Prior to the bankruptcy of Lehman, LBMB had raised four funds with aggregate commitments of $8 billion. The firm's fourth fund was reduced in size from $3.3 billion to $2.6 billion following Lehman's bankruptcy.

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