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Outlook negative for global asset management industry in 2021 amid wavering investor appetite for...

A wavering investor appetite for risk and a deteriorating competitive environment are leading to a negative outlook for the global asset management industry next year, new research from Moody's shows.

Greenbriar Equity promotes Burke to managing director after 10 years with firm

New York investment house Greenbriar Equity Group has promoted Matthew Burke to managing director after a decade with the firm.

CenterOak Partners exits FullSpeed Automotive to MidOcean Partners after three-year hold

CenterOak Partners has sold FullSpeed Automotive to fellow private equity investor MidOcean Partners after three years in its portfolio.

Hot dog, sausage maker Salm Partners gets Entrepreneurial Equity Partners backing

Sausage and hot dog maker Salm Partners has picked up investment from food and consumer packaged goods-focused private equity house Entrepreneurial Equity Partners.

Venture capital firms help cybersecurity platform EclecticIQ to $20m Series C

Global threat intelligence, hunting and response technology developer EclecticIQ has scored €20m in its Series C round.

Arcano Capital cites ‘favourable market timing’ amid €292m sustainability fund close

Spain's Arcano Capital has hit a €292m final close for a new fund of funds targeting sustainable infrastructure investments.

AIIM expands third flagship Africa infra fund to $400m through capital increase

African Infrastructure Investment Managers has brought its third flagship pan-continental infra fund to $400m through a capital increase.

Danish pension giant PKA reveals $3.5bn private equity investment plan

Danish pension fund investor PKA said it plans to launch a DKK22bn ($3.5bn) fund for investing in private equity vehicles.

Former teen startup founder Josh Buckley eyes up to $200m for second venture capital...

Buckley Ventures, the early-stage investment firm launched by former teenage entrepreneur Josh Buckley, could collect up to $200m for its second fund.

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...

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