- The fund’s limited partners include state, county and corporate pension funds, endowments, foundations, family offices and other financial institutions
- Kirkland & Ellis LLP served as legal advisor for Shamrock
- No placement agent was used
Shamrock Capital has raised over $600 million for its third content fund, beating its $500 million target.
Shamrock Capital Content Fund III is focused on acquiring a portfolio of content and media rights. The fund’s limited partners include state, county and corporate pension funds, endowments, foundations, family offices, and other financial institutions.
“We are truly grateful to our existing and new investors for their commitment to this fund and our strategy overall,” said Patrick Russo, a partner at Shamrock, in a statement. “The closing of SCCF III continues to build on our multi-product platform and long-term strategy of owning and financing premium content and media rights. Our track record of successfully investing in these sectors stands out and uniquely positions Shamrock to capitalize on the trends, changes, and opportunities across the global media and entertainment landscape.”
Kirkland & Ellis LLP served as legal advisor for Shamrock. No placement agent was used.
Based in Los Angeles, Shamrock Capital invests in media, entertainment, communications, and related sectors. The firm has approximately $4.4 billion of assets under management. The firm was originally founded in 1978 as the family investment company for the late Roy E. Disney.