Hunter Point Capital, an independent investment firm and ADQ, an investment and holding company, have made a strategic minority investment in the Vistria Group, a middle-market private investment firm focused on financial returns and societal impact.

Founded in 2013, Vistria has approximately $9.5 billion in assets under management and works to advance its sector-focused strategy across healthcare, knowledge and learning and financial services. The strategic partnership with HPC and ADQ aims to provide growth capital for Vistria to support its investment strategy.

“Our investment in Vistria is in line with our strategy of partnering with global like-minded organizations that aim to deliver long-term value and positive societal impact,” says Murtaza Hussain, chief investment officer, alternative investments and mergers and acquisitions at ADQ. “Vistria’s alignment with ADQ’s priority clusters offers unique partnership opportunities that can be leveraged to generate sustainable financial returns.”