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Norwest rakes in $2bn to close biggest-ever fund after two strong years of exit...

Norwest Venture Partners has closed its biggest fund to date on $2bn following a record two years of exit success.

Southeast Asia’s secret sauce is convincing LPs to commit more

Southeast Asia’s tech investment success stories are challenging misconceptions about the ‘emerging market’ as shifting demographics boost the countries’ opportunities - and foreign investors are already catching on.

Seed stage VC Ulu sets sights on $100m for Fund III

Palo Alto-based Ulu Ventures is looking to raise $100m for its third fundraise, which could double the amount raised for its predecessor.

Vintage hits $133m growth fund first close amid partner promotions

Israel-based Vintage Investment Partners has smashed the target of its growth stage technology co-investment fund after raising $133m for its first close.

High Road secures second Fund II exit through Banner Solutions sale

High Road Capital Partners has sold its door hardware distributor Banner Solutions to fellow buyout house Tailwind Capital, representing the second exit for its $320m Fund II.

AMP Capital names new head for Americas asset management unit

AMP Capital has recruited former Macquarie Capital exec Ric Gordon as head of asset management in the Americas for its infrastructure equity business.

Sun Capital seals speedy exit of Horizon Group to New Mountain Capital

Sun Capital Partners has sealed a rapid exit of residential HVAC, plumbing and electrical services business Horizon Group to fellow buyout house New Mountain Capital.

Healthcare Royalty Partners pulls in more than $800m towards fourth fund

Specialist investment house HealthCare Royalty Partners has pulled in more than $800m towards its latest flagship fundraise.

Mirova raises over €850m for industry’s biggest Europe-focused renewables fund

The biggest renewable energy fund dedicated to the European market has been closed on €857m by French firm Mirova.

Global PE dealmaking struggling to recover after falling off a cliff in August

A slew of megadeals helped the global private equity dealmaking market continue its creeping recovery after falling off a cliff in the traditional August lull, new research shows.

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