October 10, 2017
Weil is advising AMP Capital in its acquisition of ITS ConGlobal from Carlyle Infrastructure Partners, marking AMP Capital’s largest-ever North American deal. ITS ConGlobal is one of North America’s largest operators of intermodal railroad and auto terminals, container yard depots, and provider of intermodal equipment maintenance and repair services. The company has been acquired on behalf of investors in AMP Capital’s global infrastructure equity platform, including the Global Infrastructure Fund, which reached final close late last year after raising $2.4 billion from global investors.
The Weil team advising AMP Capital is led by Private Equity partner Brian Gingold and Private Equity associates Brittany Butwin, Kevin Thomas, Andrew Dragstrem, Timothy Burns (Not Yet Admitted in New York) and Damian Petrovic (Not Yet Admitted in New York). The team also includes Banking & Finance partners Andrew Yoon and Paul Hibbert; Technology & IP Transactions Head Michael Epstein; Tax partner Mark Schwed; Executive Compensation & Benefits partner Sarah Downie; Infrastructure partner James MacArthur; Environmental partner Annemargaret Connolly; International Arbitration & Trade partner Ted Posner; Environmental counsel John O’Loughlin and Thomas Goslin; Antitrust counsel Vadim Brusser; Employment Litigation counsel Lawrence Baer; Banking & Finance associates Erin Cartledge and Evan Thornton Nichols; Technology & IP Transactions associate Jennifer Yoon; Tax associate Liam Murphy; Insurance associate Gabriel Gershowitz; Antitrust associate Jonathan Cheng; Employment Litigation associate Thomas McCarthy; and Regulatory associates Greg Chafuen and Timothy Welch.