Lazard Subsumes Edgewater Funds

MacFadyen, Ken
July 2009
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;7/20/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 29, p27
The article reports on the acquisition of private equity and growth investor The Edgewater Funds by Lazard Ltd. As part of the deal, Jim Gordon and the rest of the Edgewater team will be transitioning to Lazard. According to Gordon, the deal will help strengthen the firm's capital base and he sees the affiliation providing a more diverse range of opportunities. Meanwhile, Lazard will manage the Edgewater funds, which, when combined, have roughly 700 million dollars of capital under management.


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