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United States : Group Led by Lexington Partners to Acquire Portion of JPMorgan Chase's Interests in One Equity Partners

August 12, 2014



Lexington Partners ("Lexington") together with AlpInvest Partners ("AlpInvest") announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire JPMorgan Chase's interests in approximately 50% of the portfolio companies currently held by One Equity Partners ("OEP"), JPMorgan Chase's principal private equity unit. Terms of the transaction, which is expected to close by year-end, were not disclosed.

The OEP professionals will form a new private equity investment advisory firm, OEP Capital Advisors, L.P. ("OEPCA"), and become independent from JPMorgan Chase once the sale is completed. OEPCA will manage the portfolio being sold by JPMorgan Chase, as well as the investments being retained by JPMorgan Chase.

"Lexington is pleased to partner with One Equity Partners to acquire a significant portion of JPMorgan Chase's interests, and to support the future investment activities of the OEP team," said Brent Nicklas, Managing Partner of Lexington Partners.

"We view this as a great opportunity to partner with one of the industry's leading private equity firms," said Tjarko Hektor, Managing Director of AlpInvest Partners.

"We look forward to delivering great long-term value to these two leading alternative investment management firms," said Richard M. Cashin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of One Equity Partners. "We also thank JPMorgan Chase for their partnership and support of many years, enabling us to build the business we have today." The transaction is not expected to have a material impact on JPMorgan Chase's earnings. J.P. Morgan advised on the sale.


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