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Consumer-focused Coefficient Capital draws in capital for $150m-targeting debut fund

Consumer-focused investment house Coefficient Capital is almost half way to its goal for its debut venture capital fundraise.

Inflexion taps £1.25bn Fund V to back UK roofing supplies business Marley

UK-based buyout house Inflexion Private Equity has agreed a deal for 95-year-old roofing specialist Marley.

The big LP private equity commitments from August you need to know about

It’s just over halfway through August and institutional investors have already revealed hundreds of millions of dollars in commitments, AltAssets discusses some of the biggest announced during the period.

Real estate-focused Harrison Street hits $1.3bn hard cap for Fund VII

Real assets-focused investor Harrison Street has raised $1.6bn for the final close of its seventh US opportunistic real estate fund and related vehicles.

Shoreline Equity raises $135m for first fund months after launching

Lower mid-market buyout house Shoreline Equity Partners has raised at least $135m for its first flagship fund.

Cervin Ventures outdoes predecessor fund, raises at least $75m for Fund IV

California seed-stage investor Cervin Ventures has beaten the amount raised for its third flagship fund by hauling in at least $75m for Fund IV.

Centerbridge said to be close to $1.5bn GoHealth deal

Buyout major Centerbridge Partners is said to be close to sealing a $1.5bn deal for a majority stake in health insurance marketplace GoHealth.

Pacific Equity Partners to carve out Horizon Global APAC unit for $230m

Australian buyout house Pacific Equity Partners has agreed to carve out the Asia-Pacific arm of towing and trailer equipment maker Horizon Global in a $230m deal.

Nordic teams with Sampo to buy into digital bank NOFI in €223m deal

Nordic Capital has teamed with Finnish insurance major Sampo to buy a stake in Norwegian Finans Holdings (NOFI) in an NOK2.2bn (€223m) deal.

Ex-Bain Capital exec to build Benelux team from new Triton Amsterdam office

European private equity house Triton has brought in former Bain Capital exec Koos van de Linde to build a team out of its newly-opened Amsterdam office.

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