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Headway Capital hits €372m hard cap to close latest secondaries fund

London-headquartered secondaries private equity player Headway Capital Partners has reached a €372m hard cap close for its latest fund.

Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund eyes late-stage expansion with $2.7bn double fundraise – report

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel's venture capital firm Founders Fund is reportedly expanding out to late-stage dealmaking through $2.7bn of new fundraising.

Sverica follows $450m hard cap fund close with In Vitro Services carve-out

Sverica has followed the $450m hard cap close of its fifth fund earlier this month by announcing a deal for fertility clinic network In Vitro Sciences.

Military simulation business AEgis gets Arlington Capital Partners backing

National security defence simulation tech developer AEgis Technologies has picked up investment from specialist private equity house Arlington Capital Partners.

Anacapa Partners picks Brazilian insurtech developer I4PRO as latest search fund investment

Search fund private equity specialist Anacapa Partners has picked Brazilian insurance market enterprise resource planning business I4PRO Informática as its latest investment.

Blackstone’s $5bn-targeting RE debt fund gets Texas pension commitment

Blackstone's $5bn-targeting real estate debt fund has picked up new capital from the Texas County and District Retirement System.

TPG Sixth Street seals $2.2bn hard cap close for dedicated non-control dealmaking fund

TPG Sixth Street Partners has hit a $2.2bn hard cap close for a fund targeting non-control investments in growth-oriented companies.

Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson’s Bay agrees to $1.5bn Rhone Capital-backed buyout

The owner of luxury US department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue has agreed to a $1.5bn take-private offer from a consortium including current private equity backer Rhone Capital.

Ex-NEA veteran Kolluri seeks over $200m for second fund backing ‘audacious ideas’

The venture capital house launched by former NEA general Partner Swaroop Kolluri is out targeting more than $200m for its second tilt at the fundraising market.

AMP Capital collects $6.2bn for world’s biggest infra mezzanine debt fundraise

AMP Capital has pulled in $6.2bn to close what is believed to be the largest-ever fundraise for an infrastructure mezzanine debt strategy.

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