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ProfessionalsJeremy M. Veit

Jeremy M. Veit
Partner

Tel: +1-628-432-5113
Fax: +1-202-379-4959
jveit@paulweiss.com

+1-628-432-5113
San Francisco

535 Mission Street, 24th Floor
San Francisco, California 94105
Fax: +1-202-379-4959

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Jeremy Veit is a partner in the Corporate Department, where he is a member of the firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions Group and the Private Equity Group. Jeremy focuses his practice on the full spectrum of private equity transactions, including leveraged acquisitions of both public and private targets, as well as equity and debt financings. He also has experience in both public and private securities offerings, fund formation, executive compensation and general corporate matters.

EXPERIENCE

Jeremy’s representative transactions include advising:

  • Berkshire Partners in its investment in Mielle Organics
  • Golden Gate Capital in its:
    • sale of a majority stake in its portfolio company Vantage Elevator Solutions to the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board
    • sale of portfolio company 2020 Technologies to Genstar Capital
    • acquisition of Securly from the company’s shareholders, which include Defy Partners, Owl Ventures and Securly co-founder Vinay Mahadik
    • acquisition of Vector Solutions from Providence Equity Partners and in its sale of a majority stake in the company to Genstar Capital
    • $1.05 billion sale of Aperio Group to BlackRock
    • sale of a 50% interest in portfolio company Angus Chemicals to Ardian at a $2.25 billion enterprise value
    • portfolio company Infor Global Solutions in numerous acquisitions, including Accentia Middle East, Birst, GT Nexus, Predictix, Vivonet, and in the sale of Infor to Koch Industries
    • $600 million sale of portfolio company Hillstone Environmental Partners to NGL
    • acquisition of Attachmate and in Attachmate’s $495 million acquisition of NetIQ and $2.2 billion acquisition of Novell and in Attachmate’s subsequent sale to MicroFocus
    • $2.9 billion acquisition of Neustar, and in Neustar’s acquisition of TrustID, its $218 million sale of its registry business to GoDaddy and its $3.1 billion sale of Neustar to TransUnion
    • sale of portfolio company BMC Software to KKR
    • minority investment in Sard Verbinnen
  • FFL Partners in its:
    • acquisition of Alku Technologies
    • acquisition of Bacharach Holding Corp. and in Bacharach’s acquisition of Neutronics
    • acquisition of Crisis Prevention Institute
    • acquisition of ProService Hawaii
  • JH Partners in its:
    • sale of Ouidad
    • sale of Sea Island Clothiers (d/b/a J. McLaughlin)

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