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Gryphon Investors closes mezzanine debt fund on $100m hardcap after ‘enthusiastic’ support from investors

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Buyout firm Vista Equity Partners has acquired software business Applause, marking its 46th addition to its portfolio. The software-focused investor did not disclose any financial details, but...

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Rhône Capital backs air transport business Vistajet at $2.5bn valuation

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KPS buys power system maker C&D Technologies

KPS Capital Partners has acquired power system manufacturer C&D Technologies, said to be a global leader in services for utility and telecoms markets.

VC firm partner Geoff Lewis reportedly leaving Founders Fund to start own $100m vehicle

Founders Fund partner Geoff Lewis is reportedly leaving the venture capital firm to start his own $100m fund.

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HgCapital makes 5x return exiting insurance business Sequel Business Solutions

HgCapital has made a 5x return after exiting insurance software company Sequel Business Solutions.

BGF makes third Northern Ireland deal with £2m Bob & Berts coffee shop chain...

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Buyout giant Warburg Pincus backs Chinese software provider GaiaWorks with $19m after series B...

London-based buyout firm Warburg Pincus has backed Chinese software provider, GaiaWorks with $19m after leading a series B funding round.