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Oakcrest Capital
Offices: Washington, DC
Oakcrest Capital specializes in making investments in manufacturing, business services, healthcare services, and many other diversified companies with enterprise values under $100 million. Oakcrest provides liquidity to shareholders of family-owned businesses, facilitates the transition of ownership to key managers, and capitalizes on growth opportunities while maintaining the legacy of the founding entrepreneurs.
Oak Hill Advisors
Offices: New York, New York
Oak Hill Advisors is a leading independent investment firm specializing in leveraged loans, high yield bonds, distressed securities, structured products and turnaround private equity opportunities. With approximately $12 billion of committed capital, the firm's investment opportunities are focused in the North American and European markets.
Oak Hill Capital Partners (OHCP)
Offices: New York, New York
Oak Hill Capital Partners is a $1.6 billion private equity partnership founded by Robert M. Bass and his team of investment professionals. Oak Hill Capital makes significant investments through acquisitions, build-ups, recapitalizations, restructurings, strategic joint ventures and the purchase of minority stakes across a wide range of industries. OHCP is part of the Oak Hill platforms, with more than $8 billion of capital under management.
Oak Hill Venture Partners (OHVP)
Offices: Menlo Park, California
Oak Hill Venture Partners invests in companies that are pioneering innovative technologies and the businesses these technologies enable. Their mandate is to provide early and emerging stage companies that have strong operating management teams with a solid financial and strategic foundation on which to grow and develop. OHVP originated from opportunities generated by a group of investment vehicles.

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Oak Investment Partners
Offices: Menlo Park, California
Oak Investment Partners is one of the oldest and largest venture capital firms, funding high-growth entrepreneurial ventures while assisting and guiding them to industry leadership. Oak has raised ten venture capital partnerships with a total of $4.2 billion in committed capital. They have sponsored over 350 companies with aggregate annual revenues in excess of $100 billion.
Oakley Capital
Offices: London, England
Oakley Capital Private Equity is a mid-market private equity fund with over €280m of committed capital, investing in the UK and Western Europe. They typically invest in sectors that are growing or where consolidation is taking place. Within their core sector interests they invest in both performing and under-performing companies, supporting buy and build strategies, rapid growth, or businesses undergoing significant operational or strategic change.
Oaktree Capital Management
Offices: New York, New York
Oaktree Capital Management was founded in April 1995 by seven of its Principals: Howard Marks, Bruce Karsh, Sheldon Stone, Larry Keele, Richard Masson, Stephen Kaplan and Russel Bernard.  These individuals had joined Trust Company of the West since the mid-1980s and directed TCW’s high yield bond, convertible value, distressed debt, principal investment and distressed real estate activities. The founders were joined at Oaktree by 90% of their former TCW investment staff.
Oakwood Medical Investors
Offices: St Louis, Missouri & Cleveland, Ohio
Oakwood Medical Investors is a life science venture capital fund formed to invest in development stage medical device, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical service companies. Target portfolio companies for Oakwood have an outstanding management team, industry disruptive technology, demonstrated proof of principal and have typically completed a first round of institutional venture financing.