Goldman, Coller and Morgan Stanley back fund for employee shares

The firms have backed a $150m fund aimed at employees of private companies, using a part-debt/part-equity strategy.
Ambulance healthcare

Ethos pauses healthcare fundraise over pricing concerns – exclusive

The firm had been seeking $250m for the vehicle and was expecting to hold a first close in the second quarter of last year.

Stapled deal helps $4.6bn TPG Asia VII over the line

A roughly $1bn secondaries deal with Lexington Partners has helped the firm secure a final close above its target.
Darts on target

Hermes reaches target on fourth co-invest fund – exclusive

The firm held a first close on Hermes GPE PEC IV Co-Investment Fund, which has a $500m hard-cap.

How TSG’s $4bn consumer fund stacks up to peers

The firm is among a crop of managers that has about $77bn to put to work in the consumer-related sector.

Altor’s €2.5bn haul extends strategy to DACH region

German-speaking Europe has become part of the firm's core investment focus with the 'one-and-done' close on Altor Fund V.

PE will start adopting VC’s fund terms

More venture capital-like fund terms could be bad news for limited partners.

SoftBank’s Son: ‘No need to rush’ on second Vision Fund

Fifteen months after launching the $100bn tech fund, SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son stance on raising successor funds every two years may be softening.

Credit firms want a piece of the fund finance market

Credit shops have traditionally avoided the strategy, but innovative new opportunities are luring them to carve a niche for themselves

Danish pensions seed $740m sustainable development fund

The Danish SDG Investment Fund will invest in companies focused on renewables, water, financial services and agribusiness.

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