- Campbell Lutyens was the placement agent
- Kirkland & Ellis LLP provided fund formation counsel to Rotunda
- Founded in 2009, Rotunda targets value-added distribution, asset-light logistics and industrial & business services
Rotunda Capital Partners has closed its third fund at $405 million, beating its initial $295 million target.
Rotunda Capital Partners Fund III’s limited partners include public pensions, corporate pensions, insurance companies, healthcare companies, multi-manager funds, consultants, and family offices.
On the fundraising, John Fruehwirth, managing partner at Rotunda, said in a statement: “We appreciate the continued support from our existing investors and are grateful for the strong interest from the new limited partners joining us in Fund III. This successful fundraise is the result of a cohesive, passionate team that works with our family-founders to implement our replicable and differentiated value creation strategy – Rotunda Performance System.”
“Rotunda has built our brand around transforming family-founder owned industrial firms into data-driven growth platforms and we will continue that specialized focus in Fund III,” said Partner Bob Wickham.
Campbell Lutyens was the placement agent for the fund. Kirkland & Ellis LLP provided fund formation counsel to Rotunda on the fund.
Founded in 2009, Rotunda focuses on three primary sectors: value-added distribution, asset-light logistics and industrial & business services.