Susanna E. Parker’s practice focuses on tax matters.

She advises clients on a broad range of tax matters, with an emphasis on fund formation and funds adjacent matters. She also works on a variety of other transactions, including partnership issues, domestic and international acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, financing transactions, and private client matters.

Susanna joined the firm in 2009, became counsel in 2019, and became partner in 2023.

From 2001 to 2006, she worked in investment banking and venture capital evaluating investment opportunities.

Notable Experiences

Counsel to fund sponsors and investors in the formation of private investment vehicles and related transactions, including:

  • Sixth Street Partners in the formation of numerous funds, including Sixth Street Partners Adjacent Opportunities Partners, Sixth Street Partners Opportunities Partners V, Sixth Street Partners Agriculture Partners, Sixth Street Growth Partners II, Sixth Street Partners Specialty Lending, and Sixth Street Partners Special Lending Europe II

  • TPG Capital in the formation of numerous funds.

  • KKR in the formation of KKR Health Care Strategic Growth Fund.

  • J.P. Morgan in the formation of Lynstone Capital Opportunities Fund.

  • Concrete Rose in the formation of various funds.

  • The Raine Group in the formation of Raine Partners III.

  • Angelo Gordon in the formation of AG Europe Realty Fund II and AG Credit Solutions Fund.

  • Viking in the formation of the Viking Structured Capital Fund.

  • MBK Partners in the formation of MBK Partners Fund V.

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  • Sixth Street Partners in numerous investments, co-investments, and acquisitions.

  • TPG in numerous investments, co-investments, and acquisitions.

  • Coller Capital in various secondary and GP-led restructuring transactions.

  • Various limited partners in private investment funds and private equity co-investments, including Sequoia, OTPP, and Ares.

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Counsel to corporations in the tax aspects of their strategic acquisitions, divestitures, and investments, including:

  • 3M in the sale of its Communication Markets Division to Corning.

  • SABMiller in its $100 billion merger with AB InBev.

  • General Motors in the sale of its Opel/Vauxhall subsidiary and GM Financial’s European operations to PSA Group.

  • Actavis in the $70.5 billion combination of Allergan and Actavis.

  • Triton Container International in its merger with TAL International Group.

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