The private equity funds and investment organizations with which Mike has worked include Bay Harbour Management, Parallel Investment Partners, Patriarch Partners...
The private equity funds and investment organizations with which Mike has worked include Bay Harbour Management, Parallel Investment Partners, Patriarch Partners...Mike Weinberg advises companies, private equity funds, and other investment organizations, focusing primarily on acquisition, sale, and investment transactions. He has extensive experience advising in distressed transactions, both within and outside the bankruptcy process, and with complex U.S. and international joint ventures.
The private equity funds and investment organizations with which Mike has worked include Bay Harbour Management, Parallel Investment Partners, Patriarch Partners, The Riverside Company, SKM Growth Investors, Temasek Holdings, and WL Ross & Co. Corporate clients have included Alderwoods Group, Arctic Glacier, Century Aluminum Company, ICANN, Kaiser Aluminum, LCY Chemicals, Micron Technology, Piper Jaffray, and Teleglobe.
Representative transactions include Century Aluminum Company's purchase of an alumium smelter business from Rio Tinto Alcan, Weir Group's $176 million acquisition of Novatech, Micron Technology's formation of IM Flash Technologies, a $5.2 billion joint venture with Intel to manufacture NAND flash memory for removable data storage and handheld communication devices; WL Ross & Co.'s $435 million acquisition of the loan servicing unit of bankrupt American Home Mortgage Investment Corp.; and Bay Harbour's $510 million bankruptcy buyout, by a joint venture with Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, and Robert Earl, CEO and cofounder of Planet Hollywood International, of the assets of Aladdin Gaming. Mike has represented Patriarch Partners in numerous investment transactions, including Croscill, Best Textiles, and Stila Corporation; The Riverside Company in the buyouts of ITEL Inc., Camelot Educational Resources, and Beechnut Academy and in the sales of Justrite, L-Com, and ITEL; and Parallel Investment Partners in investments in Teavana, Winnercomm, Skycam, and many others.
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