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Company Overview of Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P.

Company Overview

As of March 20, 2015, Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P. was acquired by EKO Asset Management Partners, Inc. Wolfensohn Fund Management, is a private equity firm specializing in middle market, later stage, mature, emerging growth, growth capital, and PIPES investments. The firm seeks to invest in financial services and alternative energy resources. It prefers to invest in emerging markets. The firm typically acquires a minority stake. It was formerly known as Wolfensohn & Company, L.L.C. Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P. was founded in 2005 and is based in New York, New York with additional offices across North America, Europe, and Asia.

1350 Avenue of the Americas

29th Floor

New York, NY 10019

United States

Founded in 2005



Key Executives for Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P.

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman
Age: 83
Partner and Chief Financial Officer
Partner and Chief Compliance Officer
Age: 49
Age: 62
Age: 47
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Wolfensohn Fund Management, L.P. Key Developments

National Stock Exchange of India IPO Delayed

NSE will list only after allegations of unfair access are resolved. Ashok Chawla Chairman of National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. said that the bourse’s share sale is likely to happen in the beginning of the April-June quarter after it hires a new Managing Director

National Stock Exchange of India Plans To Raise Funds

National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. will pursue plans to raise up to $1 billion via a public listing after Chief Executive Chitra Ramkrishna's decision to step down last week, said four sources familiar with the matter. Two of those sources said the initial public offering (IPO) plans are now likely to move faster after Ramkrishna resigned over differences with the board about the IPO process. All four sources declined to be named because they have not been authorized to discuss the matter publicly. "She did not want to be the face of the IPO to the outside world," one source told Reuters. "She had told a lot of people that she wasn't keen on continuing."

NSE Reportedly To Divest 25% Stake Via OFS Route

National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE) is looking to divest around a 25% stake through the offer for sale (OFS) route in its plannedinitial public offering (IPO), three people aware of the development said.

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