OPENED & CLOSED

OPENED & CLOSED

FUNDS OPENED
FUND MANAGER FUND TYPE OF FUND GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS
NO.
Affinity Fund II Affinity Equity Partners Third Buyout Asia
North Castle Partners IV North Castle Partners Fourth Private equity US
EQT V EQT Fifth Buyout Europe
Strathdon Secondaries Strathdon Investments First Secondaries Europe
SHS Fonds III SHS Gesellschaft fur Third Venture capital German-speaking countries
Beteiligungsmanagement
NAME OF FUND NAME OF FIRM FUND TYPE OF FUND GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS
Latin Power III Conduit Capital Partners Third Private equity Latin America
Korea Emerging Infrastructure Darby Overseas Investments/ First Private equity/Mezzanine Korea
Fund (KEIF) Hana Bank
Global Star Korea Ilshin Investment/ First Buyout Korea
Macquarie Bank
Canadian Investment Fund Actis/Cordiant First Private equity Africa
for Africa
BTS India Private Equity Fund BTS Investment Advisors Final Venture capital India
DCM V DCM-Doll Capital Management Fifth Venture capital US, China, Japan
Matrix India Fund 1 Matrix Partners India First Venture capital India
JM Financial India Fund JM Financial First Private equity India
Kendall Court Mezzanine Kendall Court Partners First Mezzanine Southeast Asia
(Asia) Fund
LGB II Lindsay Goldberg & Bessemer Second Buyout US
Merchant Banking Partners III Bear Stearns Merchant Banking Third Private equity US

SECTOR FOCUSTARGET FINALCONTACTTOTALGeneral$1.5 billionEach month Private Equity International, and its sister onlineHealthy living and ageing$300 millionpublication PrivateEquityOnline.com, monitor private equity firms that areGeneral€3 billionraising new funds. Here we track those funds that have recentlyVenture capital£6 millionlaunched their most recent fund(s) as well as those firms that haveHealthcare, life sciences€70 millionannounced a recent close for a fund they have been raising.telecoms, power, water, roads,healthcare, educationSECTOR FOCUS1ST/2ND/FINALTARGET FINALAMOUNT CLOSEDCLOSEDLPs COMMITTEDPower generationFinalNot disclosed$393 millionJul-06Overseas Private InvestmentCorporation (OPIC), AustralianPost Superannuation Scheme,MTAA Superannuation Fund,Deutsche Investitions- undEntwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG),The Netherland DevelopmentFinance Company (FMO), theAndean Development Company(CAF)InfrastructureFinalW500 billionW580 billionJul-06National PensionService of Korea, GovernmentEmployees Pension Corporation ofKorea, Korea Post, Korea LifeInsurance, National AgriculturalCooperative Federation, DongbuInsurance, Kumho Life InsuranceManufacturing, service,FinalNot disclosed$100 millionJul-06Macquarie Bank, KVIC, Korealate-stage technologyLocal Adminstration Officials'Mutual Fund, NationalAgricultural CooperativesFederationGeneralFinalNot disclosed$212 millionJul-06Canadian InternationalDevelopment Agency, CDC GroupLife sciences, pharmaceuticals,First$80 million$50 millionAug-06State Secretariat for Economicmanufacturing, engineering,Affairs, Asian Development Bank,IT, telecoms and leisureBelgian Investment Company forDeveloping Companies,International Cooperation andDevelopment FundEarly-stage ITFinalNot disclosed$500 millionAug-06Not disclosedConsumer, internet, moileFinalNot disclosed$150 millionAug-06Not disclosedvalue-added services,financial services, media/entertainment, travel/leisureGeneralFirst$150-170 million$90 millionAug-06Not disclosedGeneralFinalNot disclosed$90 millionAug-06CDC Group, Citigroup VentureCapital, TIF VenturesManufacturing, commodity-FinalNot disclosed$3.1 billionJul-06Not disclosedbased manufacturing, financialservices, healthcareFinancial servicesFinal$1.75 billion$2.7 billionAug-06CalSTERS, Oregon PublicEmployees Retirement System,New York State Techers1Retirement System