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Weil is advising Perella Weinberg Partners, a leading independent, client-focused financial services firm providing advisory and asset management services to a broad, global client base, including corporations, institutions and governments, in its agreement to combine with Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., an integrated investment and merchant bank providing high quality advice and services to the energy industry. The combined firm will be called Perella Weinberg Partners and will have over $12 billion in assets under management. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2016 and is subject to customary closing conditions.
The Weil team advising Perella Weinberg is led by Private Equity partner Harvey Eisenberg and head of U.S. Private Funds and co-head of U.S. Private Equity Jonathon Soler and includes Private Equity partner Christopher Machera, Private Funds partner Stephanie Srulowitz and Private Funds Regulatory partner David Wohl; Mergers & Acquisitions partner James Griffin; Banking & Finance partner Andrew Colao and Capital Markets partner Todd Chandler; Tax partners David Irvine, Martin Pollack and Stanley Ramsay; Executive Compensation & Benefits partner Michael Nissan; Antitrust partner John Scribner; Corporate associates Vishal Phalgoo, Vladislava Rebeiz, Philip Wolf, Ryan Gorsche, Dilen Kumar, Timothy Burns (not yet admitted in New York), Erin Hughes, Robert Cohen and Constantinos Pappas (not yet admitted in New York); Private Funds associates Jacquelyn Volpe, Sarah Borden, Andrew Wang and Semhar Woldai (not yet admitted to practice); Banking & Finance associates Anthony Mascarenhas, Brian Drozda, Erika Kaneko, Evan Nichols and Deana Toner (not yet admitted in New York); Tax associates Mark Dundon, Stuart Pibworth and Benjamin Brookstone; Executive Compensation & Benefits associates Paula Han and August Huelle; and Antitrust associate Jonathan Cheng.