Gilbert + Tobin has advised Dinimus Capital on the establishment of its third fund. The Fund, which has around 12 investors so far, focuses on providing short and medium term direct loans to small to medium-sized enterprises and mid-market corporate borrowers. It aims to support event-driven and growth capital requirements, targeting deals worth $10 million to $50 million. The Fund has already committed to deals with a combined value of $86 million and continues to seek capital commitments from investors.

G+T played a key role in the transaction, which included the negotiation and preparation of Fund establishment documents and Counsel to the Fund in the offering of interests in the Fund. The G+T team was led by Corporate Advisory Partner Adam Laura, along with senior lawyer James Wood, lawyer Mack Wan and consultant Maarten De Schepper.

Corporate partner Adam Laura, said, “We’re pleased to have the opportunity to work with the Dinimus Capital team on its successful fundraising activities to date, and to assist with its fund investment activities as well.”

Gilbert + Tobin’s market-leading Funds Management team has advised on some of Australia’s most significant private equity and venture capital funds formation transactions, acting for many of the sponsor and Limited Partner clients active throughout Asia Pacific.

Our acclaimed Funds Management partners and lawyers provide advice to fund managers and their clients across a wide variety of industries including the private equity, venture capital, retail, infrastructure and property sectors. The team advises clients throughout the entire life cycle of a fund – including fund establishment, operations and compliance, portfolio build, realisations and winding up. G+T regularly assists clients in the establishment of wholesale and retail funds, including listed funds, and are experienced in establishing optimum fund structures for both domestic and offshore investors. The G+T team has deep experience with all fund vehicles used in investment funds, including attribution managed investment trusts.

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