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PE dealmaking slump continues, deal volume hits lowest total since February 2017

Private equity's global dealmaking slump in the second half of the year has continued into November, with the month recording its lowest transaction volume since February 2017.

Oakley Capital seals 6.7x return selling WebPros to CVC Capital Partners

Oakley Capital has made a hefty 6.7x money multiple selling its stake in web hosting automation software business WebPros Group to CVC Capital Partners.

Biotech backer Column Group eyes up to $700m for fourth VC fund

Biotechnology-focused investor The Column Group could collect up to $700m for its fourth venture capital fund, it has emerged.

Illinois Teachers’ reveals RCP Capital, SK Capital Partners fund commitments

The $52.3bn-managing Illinois Teachers' Retirement System has revealed a trio of new private equity commitments totalling almost $170m.

Omega raises $438m Fund VI as MD hails ‘most exciting life sciences opportunity in...

Life science-focused investment firm Omega Funds has raked in $438m for the final close of its sixth fund.

CapStreet strikes $500m hard cap for fifth flagship fund close

Texas buyout house The CapStreet Group has hit its $500m hard cap for the final close of its fifth flagship fundraise.

Payments business Nuvei hits $2bn valuation thanks to Novacap, CDPQ investment

Payments tech business Nuvei has hit a $2bn valuation thanks to an investment round from buyout house Novacap and the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec.

PAI creates global ice cream giant with $4bn Nestlé US bolt-on for Froneri

PAI Partners has agreed a $4bn buyout of Nestlé’s US ice cream business to expand existing portfolio company Froneri into North America.

Azalea IM extends investor PE exposure with $650m debut fund of funds

Azalea Investment Management has taken just three months to hit an above-target $650m 'one and done' close for its debut PE fund of funds.

Pamplona Capital picks fitness streaming platform iFit for $200m investment

Pamplona Capital Management has completed a $200m investment in connected fitness streaming platform iFit.

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