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In the last year six funds have broken the $10 billion mark: TPG takes the crown for longest on the road.
The former captive investor of Allianz is targeting fund closes across secondaries and private debt strategies in what could be its biggest fundraising year since spin-out.
The small-cap arm of pan-European firm Bridgepoint has reached its hard-cap after just three months in market.
The firm has launched its first sector specific vehicle that will invest in high-growth companies.
The London-based healthcare specialist has made its first acquisition from the new vehicle.
TPG has reached final close on its latest flagship vehicle drawing commitments from both returning and new investors.
The fund, which officially launched last May, is expected to reach its £425m target by the summer.
The London-based firm has radically changed its strategy, moving away from big buyouts toward growth investments, Hermes GPE head of private equity Peter Gale tells PEI.
Healthcare Innovation Fund II is larger than its target by $20m and its predecessor by $50m.
The China and South-East Asia focused buyout firm ascends to the top ranks of private equity firms in the region.
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