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PEI Q3 2019 Fundraising Report

DOWNLOAD: Q3 fundraising dips to lowest since 2015

Nearly $297bn was raised by a smaller number of larger funds in the first three quarters of the year.
Pall Mall London

Permira collects €11bn for latest flagship buyout fund

Permira VII is more than 50% larger than its 2016-vintage predecessor and comes four months after the manager closed its debut tech-focused minority stakes fund.
EMPEA Sustainable Investing in Emerging Markets in London

Impact vehicles could benefit from fund model innovation

Long-term funds could be a better fit for impact investing in emerging markets where exits and regulation remain challenging, according to panellists at an EMPEA conference.
Australian exports

Ex-Olympus director launches Aussie fund

Cortina Capital will target medium-sized health and wellness brands with export potential to Asia.
Largest funds raised in September, PEI data

Who raised the largest fund in September?

Vista's $16bn haul for its seventh flagship fund, Advent's $2bn debut tech fund and Hahn & Co's largest fund for Korea are among the largest funds closed during the month.

TA seeks up to $1bn to double down on its strong performers

TA Select Opportunities Fund, which will pick up stakes in companies its main fund is selling, won’t charge a management fee and will instead collect fees from portfolio companies.
Seoul, South Korea

Hahn & Co hauls in $3.2bn for largest Korea fund

The buyout firm gathered $2.7bn for its third flagship fund and a further $500m for a co-investment sidecar.
FTV fund raise

FTV Capital aims for its first ever $1bn fund

Details of the firm's latest flagship fund were revealed in Texas Municipal Retirement System documents.

Performance watch: Ardian’s buyouts funds

The firm's latest vehicle has a hard-cap of €6.5bn. Here we present performance data from previous funds and key fund term data points for the new vehicle.  
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Vietnam’s Mekong to more than double previous fund size – exclusive

Mekong Enterprise IV is expected to reach its $250m hard-cap by early 2020, Private Equity International understands.

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