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Weil advised EPIC Holdings, Inc., the corporate parent overseeing investments across the entire EPIC platform, in its acquisition of Integro Holdings Inc., an international insurance brokerage and risk management firm which houses substantially all of the U.S. operations of Integro Group Holdings, LP. The deal closed on February 4, 2019. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The Weil team that advised EPIC Holdings was led by Private Equity partner Christopher Machera and included Co-Head of Private Equity Douglas Warner and Private Equity associates Edi Rumano, Ololade Oladapo, Joseph Maurantonio and Joe Erdos. The team also included Banking & Finance partner Gabriel Gregson; Technology & IP Transactions Head Michael Epstein; Tax partner Mark Schwed; Private Equity Executive Compensation & Benefits Head Michael Nissan; Executive Compensation & Benefits partner Sarah Downie; Complex Commercial Litigation partner John Mastando; Insurance counsel Gabriel Gershowitz; Antitrust counsel Michael Naughton and Vadim Brusser; Banking & Finance associates Paul Overmyer and Catherine Minji Kim; Technology & IP Transactions associates Dennis Adams, Rami Sherman and Maryann Thompson (Not Yet Admitted in New York); Tax associates Gary Silber and Lukas Kutilek (Not Yet Admitted in New York); Executive Compensation & Benefits associate John Kleinjan; Antitrust associate Jonathan Cheng; White Collar Defense, Regulatory and Investigations associate Timothy Welch; and Complex Commercial Litigation associates Luna Barrington and Taylor Dougherty.