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Pavilion Financial, a Winnipeg-based global investment company, has acquired LP Capital Advisors, a Sacramento-based investment consulting firm for an undisclosed sum.

With satellite offices in Boston and Salt Lake City, LPCA specializes in alternative investments and services some of the world’s largest pension plans, sovereign wealth funds and high-net-worth family offices. It has sourced several thousand investment opportunities, resulting in more than $28 billion in client commitments.

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“This is another piece to our puzzle,” says Marty Weinberg, CEO of Pavilion. Two years ago, Pavilion acquired Stratford Advisory Group in Chicago.

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Weinberg said the addition of LPCA will boost Pavilion’s ability to continue the 25% to 30% compounded growth it has churned out the past several years.

Pavilion has an institutional client base that manages more than $400 billion in assets.

Originally published on Advisor.ca

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