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SHS hits quicker than expected first close for €150m-targeting Fund V

German medical tech and life sciences investment firm SHS has hit a €90m first close for its fifth fund, putting it well on its way to its €150m amid a faster than expected fundraise.

Bridgepoint exits three assets in €100m deal with Compass

Compass Partners has agreed to buy recruitment agency Protocol and take full control of two other investments through a €100m deal with Bridgepoint.

Windrose Health Investors seals deal for Taft-Hartley benefits admin business basys

Windrose Health Investors, which rebranded from MTS Health Investors earlier this year, has bought into Taft-Hartley benefits admin tech business basys through a recapitalisation deal.

University of Michigan endowment picks Trilantic Fund VI among latest PE, RE commitments

Trilantic Capital Partners North America has picked up backing from the University of Michigan endowment for its sixth flagship fund as it chases down up to $2.25bn for the vehicle.

NewSpring buys up Radius Global Market Research

NewSpring has tapped its mezzanine fund to invest in Radius Global Market Research, supporting it acquisition of a bolt-on.

Valor hits increased hard cap to close fourth buyout fund on $1.05bn

Valor Equity Partners has pulled in $1.05bn for the final close of its fourth growth fund.

Strattam Capital coming close to Fund II target after pulling in at least $200m

Strattam Capital looks to be nearing a successful final close for its second fund targeting business IT investments after pulling in at least $200m for the vehicle.

Jungle Ventures gets IFC backing for $150m-targeting Fund III

World Bank investment arm IFC is aiming to help plug the Series A-plus funding gap in southeast Asia through a commitment to Jungle Ventures' $150m-targeting third fund.

IVP promotes Lim to vice president

Later-stage venture capital firm IVP has promoted Alex Lim to vice president.

Sterling rides out choppy brick-and-mortar RE market to raise $495m third value add fund

US brick-and-mortar retail continues to suffer from the assault by e-commerce, but that has not stopped specialist real estate investment firm Sterling Organisation pulling in $495m for its third value add fund.

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