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New State Capital picks up overstock, closeout bargains specialist KMS

New State Capital Partners has bought into KMS, a wholesale distributor of closeout, overstock, and factory refurbished merchandise.

CAI Capital strikes $125m hard cap in Fund VI final close

Canada's CAI Capital has reached the $125m hard cap for its sixth flagship fundraise.

BC Partners ups aggressive takeover offer for G4S through Gardaworld to £3.68bn

BC Partners has upped its aggressive takeover offer for UK security business G4S to £3.68bn as its ongoing efforts to buy the company continue.

New IR head at Sun Capital as firm brings in ex-hedge fund partner Griffin

Sun Capital Partners has hired Kelly Griffin from hedge fund Caxton Associates as its new head of investor relations.

Aberdeen Standard Investments beats infra fundraise goal with €820m final close

Aberdeen Standard Investments has beaten its target for its second core infrastructure fundraise through an €820m final close.

Livingbridge seals Up Group sale to OMERS PE-backed Alexander Mann

UK private equity house Livingbridge has agreed the sale of digital search, advisory and networking firm The Up Group after four years in its portfolio.

Euro VC investor Target Global nears second growth fund goal through €300m-plus first close

Pan-European investment house Target Global is in sight of its target for its new growth fundraise after hauling in over €300m for a first close.

Novacap teams with Canada state-backed Investissement Quebec for Logibec buyout

Canadian private equity house Novacap has teamed with state-backed Investissement Québec to buy Logibec, a Montreal-based healthcare software company.

Sequoia Capital’s Michael Moritz named new Klarna chairman as company prepares for IPO

Klarna has hinted that it’s preparing to go public soon and now the founder is saying the new chairman and board members will be a huge help in that.

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.

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