Private equity firm Yukon Partners has raised more than $100m for its second mezzanine fund.
Yukon Capital Partners (YCP) II has secured commitments of $113.3m from 24 LPs towards its $400m target, according to a document filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The fund, which does not have a minimum investment requirement, registered its first commitment last week, the filing showed.
YCP II follows Yukon’s first mezzanine fund, which was closed on $238.4m in 2011.
The Minnesota-based firm makes subordinated debt and equity investments of $10m to $40m in companies with revenues of between $30m and $500m and an EBITDA of $10m to $50m.
Other mezzanine funds currently in the market include Spring Capital’s third fund, which has raised more than $50m.
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