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Polaris Partners picks fund size consistency with launch of ninth flagship vehicle

Boston-based Polaris Partners looks set to hold firm with the fund sizes that have given it success in recent years through the launch of its ninth flagship vehicle.

NAB Ventures to secure first exit in $405m Wave sale

The VC arm of National Australia Bank, NAB Ventures, will secure its first exit after agreeing to sell Toronto-based FinTech business Wave Financial to H&R Block.

Consumer brand-focused H Ventures registering two new funds

H Venture Partners could raise up to $120m of capital commitments after registering two new investment vehicles with US regulators.

Blackstone credit arm raises $4.5bn for energy select opportunities Fund II close

Blackstone’s credit arm, GSO Capital Partners, has raised $4.5bn for the final close of its second energy select opportunities fund.

Private equity-backed Hansoh Pharma completes $1bn Hong Kong IPO

Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group has raised around HK$7.64bn ($1bn) through one of Hong Kong's biggest public listings of the year.

Goldman Sachs said to combine private-investment arms amid fund plans

Goldman Sachs is reportedly in the process of combining its private-investments arms to create a new $140bn-managing division and has hinted at a potential fundraise this year.

Riverwood-led Series D sees SecurityScorecard reach $110m of funding

Security ratings startup SecurityScorecard has brought its total funding to $110m thanks to a Series D round led by Riverwood Capital.

Sutter Hill Ventures veteran Bird leading Bluebird Ventures fundraise

Veteran Sutter Hill Ventures managing director and healthcare investment expert Jeffrey Bird is heading a new fund which has pulled in more than $100m of capital.

Warburg keeps hold of 2011 investment CPP as Berkshire adds backing

Warburg Pincus has eschewed a potential sale of Consolidated Precision Products in favour of a recapitalisation deal which sees Berkshire Partners become a backer of the business.

Nordic Capital extends US healthcare exposure with New York office launch

European private equity major Nordic Capital is looking to build on a decade of healthcare investing by expanding its US exposure to the sector through the launch of a New York office.

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