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Certior capital closes €35m fund backed by pension funds and family offices

Finnish private equity firm Certior has announced the first close of its Certior Special Opportunities Fund (CSOF) on €35m. The fund is backed by a...

Castle Harlan completes refinancing of Tensar

New York-based private equity firm Castle Harlan has completed a $295m refinancing for its portfolio company Tensar.

Blackstone closes acquisition of credit investing firm DCI

American private equity firm Blackstone has completed the acquisition of quantitative credit investing platform DCI.

Norwegian private equity firm Longship said to close its sophomore fund

Norwegian private equity firm Longship has reportedly closed its sophomore buyout fund on NOK 1.7bn (€160m).

Progressio acquires 30% in CRM platform Assist Digital

Private Equity Fund Progressio Investimenti III has acquired a 30% stake in Assist Digital, a customer relationship management (CRM) and business transformation platform.

Intact Financial Corporation completes a CAD 3.2bn private placement from trio of pension firms

Intact Financial Corporation has completed a CAD 3.2bn ($2.5bn) private placement from a number of Canadian Pension firms.

Firstminute Capital $111m venture fund backed by several decacorn founders

From: FinTech GlobalInvestor Firstminute Capital has launched a $111m venture fund backed by a proverbial who's-who list of tech entrepreneurs as it gears up...

STC Pay said to become Saudi Arabia’s first unicorn after close of new round

Saudi Arabia-based STC Pay, digital payment solution developer, has reportedly reached a $1.3bn valuation after the close of a $200m investment.

VC firms help B2B software-as-a-service specialist Paddle to $68m Series C round

Paddle, a B2B software-as-a-service platform, has closed its Series C round on $68m to continue its growth momentum.

Canadian private equity, venture capital deals slump in Q3 as Covid uncertainty continues

Canadian private equity activity in 2020 has slumped below its four-year average thanks to a weak third quarter which lacked big deals, new research shows.

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