Sarah B. Wong is a partner in the Corporate & Financial Services Department and a member of the Insurance Transactional and Regulatory Practice Group. Sarah advises U.S. and international corporate and private equity clients on mergers and acquisitions (both domestic and cross-border), divestitures, venture and growth capital investments, joint ventures, restructurings and general corporate matters. She also regularly advises portfolio companies of private equity clients with respect to their corporate needs, including acquisitions and commercial issues.


  • Farmers New World Life Insurance Company (FNWL) in a strategic transaction with Resolution Life involving the cession of FNWL’s in-force individual life business to Resolution Life subsidiary Security Life of Denver, a flow reinsurance treaty covering the current range of individual life products, and retrocession to Swiss Re of all of the reinsured term life liabilities.
  • Zurich Insurance Group and its subsidiary Farmers Group, Inc., in its acquisition of three brokerage entities, together with their related flood program servicing arm, from Farmers Exchanges for $760 million.
  • Zurich Insurance Group in matters relating to its bancassurance joint venture in Latin America with Banco Santander SA
  • Zurich Insurance Group and its subsidiary Farmers Group, Inc. in the $3.94 billion acquisition by Farmers Group of MetLife’s property and casualty business
  • Zurich Insurance Group in the sale of its U.S. Corporate Life and Pensions (Group Benefits) business to Aflac
  • The Special Committee of the Board of Directors of AmTrust Financial Services, Inc. in the sale to Stone Point Capital, the CEO and the Karfunkel Family
  • BNP Paribas Cardif in the negotiation of a long-term bancassurance strategic alliance in Latin America with Scotiabank
  • Zurich Insurance Group in the acquisition of Australian insurer QBE’s operations in Latin America for $409 million
  • Analytic Partners in connection with a significant investment by funds affiliated with Onex Corporation
  • Insight Partners in its growth equity investments in: LaunchNotes; Gamma Technologies; CompanyCam; ResolvePay; Reforge; Dremio; Postman; Marketing Evolution; Templafy; Hinge Health; JFrog; Sisense; Aqua Security; Perimeter 81; Tink; Tigera; nTopology; and
  • Illuminate Education in its acquisition by Renaissance Learning
  • Insight Partners and its portfolio company Interfolio in the sale of Interfolio to Elsevier
  • Insight Partners and its portfolio company Achieve3000 in the sale of Achieve3000 to McGraw Hill, a portfolio company of Platinum Equity
  • Third Point LLC in its investment in a significant private placement by PG&E in connection with PG&E’s emergence from chapter 11
  • Genstar Capital in the following transactions:
    • Genstar Capital and its portfolio company Apex Group on the acquisition, with SALU Capital and Inlife Holding, of Luxembourg PE fund AFO-2
    • Genstar Capital and its portfolio company Apex Group on the acquisition of Deutsche Bank’s Alternative Fund Services business
    • The acquisition and recapitalization of independent fund administrator Apex Fund Services
    • The acquisition of Equinoxe Alternative Investment Services
  • Insight Partners in its acquisitions of Zyme and Interfolio
  • Warburg Pincus and its portfolio company A Place for Mom in the sale of A Place for Mom to private equity firms Silver Lake Partners and General Atlantic
  • Illuminate Education, a portfolio company of Insight Partners, in its acquisitions of FastBridge Learning, Key Data Systems, Progress Testing, eduCLIMBER, Fluence Learning, SchoolCity, IO Education and Alpine Achievement



Washington and Lee University School of Law, J.D., 2008 Carleton College, B.A., 2004

Bar Admissions

New York, 2009