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Lindquist & Vennum Represents Wynnchurch Capital in Acquisition of Imperial Group

08.16.13

A Lindquist & Vennum team of attorneys, led by Pete Michaud, served as counsel for Wynnchurch Capital, a Chicago-based leading middle-market private equity investment firm, during their recent acquisition of Imperial Group, L.P. Imperial is a leading metal fabricator supplying light and medium gauge fabricated metal components, precision metal stampings, and value-added assemblies serving premier heavy truck, bus, and industrial OEMs. The combined business forms one of the largest metal fabricators serving the heavy truck, bus, and off-highway markets in North America. Lindquist had previously worked with Wynnchurch on their acquisition of Detroit Tool Metal Products, which closed in June.

"Imperial has built an impressive franchise in the metal fabrication industry and is well positioned to take advantage of the anticipated recovery in its end markets. Our goal is to help transform the company into a world-class supplier and a value-added partner to our customers," said Ian Kirson, Managing Director at Wynnchurch.

The Lindquist team, in addition to Michaud, included Veronica BaselNeil CavanaughMark DietzenNancy Flury AntonLaura KrenzTony LusvardiJosh NatzelMark SalsburyMaggie Tatton and Sarah Zach.

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