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Origami secures capital commitments worth US$520M in Fund IV

Origami secures capital commitments worth US$520M in Fund IV
Origami secures capital commitments worth US$520M in Fund IV

Private equity firm Origami Capital Partners has reportedly closed the Origami Opportunities Fund IV, raising US$520 million in capital commitments.

As per credible sources, private capital fund advisor Metric Point Capital assisted as the exclusive placement agent for the fundraise.

Founded in 2008, Origami delivers flexible and innovative capital solutions for illiquid assets trapped in complicated structures. The company provides solutions to asset classes, business partners across industries, and throughout capital structures.

The Origami team is led by Jeff Young, Darren O’Brien, Joelle Kellam, and Julie Klaff. The company’s workforce includes professionals with diverse sets of financial skills honed at real estate, private equity investment, credit, and restructuring firms.

According to Jeff Young, Managing Partner of Origami, the group is thankful to the Metric Point team for their exceptional support and advice throughout the fundraising process and Origami looks forward to further collaborating with Metric Point.

Origami has robust expertise and experience in navigating complex situations. The firm uses its collaborative, problem solving approach to deliver flexible and innovative solutions for its counterparties, including operating businesses, limited partners, and alternative investment managers.

The Origami team can play a critical role, as it has done in previous economic dislocations, in delivering tailored and patient finance solutions to a range of constituents within the alternative investment space, noted Brendan Edmonds, Partner at Metric Point, adding that the team is thrilled to continue working together with Origami Capital Partners.

For the record, Metric Point is a placement firm that specializes in raising institutional funding for alternative investment managers, offering advisory services regarding complex liquidity solutions.

The company’s fund and co-investment assignments include real estate, credit, distressed debt, leveraged buyouts, royalties, and infrastructure, among others.

Origami Capital Partners is grateful for the support and confidence its investors have had in the company considering the challenges the world is facing at present, commented Julie Klaff.




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