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The Brazilian private equity firm is fundraising for their first US dollar denominated fund amid Brazilian reais drops.
Geodesic Capital, founded by former US Ambassador to Japan, has closed its first fund with investments from Mitsubishi, Sumitomo Mitsui and Nikon, among others.
A survey of impact investors by The Global Impact Investing Network found that fund managers are looking to raise $12.4bn for 2016, compared with just $6.7bn last year.
The Boston-based healthcare manager will target more than $100m.
The terms of the fund, which is targeting $8.5bn and is nearing a final close, are disclosed in documents prepared for LACERS.
The firm’s co-founder Ming-Po Cai tells PEI about its plans to strengthen its China office.
All of the UK growth equity firm’s existing investors have committed to its second vehicle.
LPs will be watching with interest as one of the industry’s heavyweights cements its new positioning.
The sale comes as the firm continues to raise its fourth fund, targeting £200m.
With Cinven’s sixth fund nearing a €7 billion close, Private Healthcare Investor caught up with healthcare team principal, Matt Norton, looking for clues on where it is hunting down its latest healthcare deals.

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